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SURF PHOTOS: See who we snapped in the waves over the holiday break

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The waves were rolling in across the Sunshine Coast over the holiday break and while surfers were enjoying the waves, sunshinecoastnews.com.au‘s roving photographer Warren Lynam was busy capturing those who hit the beach to relax or protect others while on surf patrol. See the below series, taken at Alexandra Headland and Mooloolaba, to see if you or any of your friends or relatives were snapped. Please let them know, if they were, and direct them to our site.

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Sisters Jaime,15, and Jordi,17, Titmus were keeping beachgoers safe at Alex over the holidays.

Patrol captain Matt Kluck keeps an eye on swimmers at Alex.

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