As you can see above, there is still a lot of surf. And, below, still a lot of sun glinting on the water.
And in the three photos below, quite a few waves. Breakers. Surf.
There was less wind than the day before, but it was, or at least felt, colder. There were fewer people out than there were last Sunday, but that's normal for a weekday.
I grew up swimming in these waters, but not in February. Only Canadians would risk going in the ocean here in February.
We locals didn't start swimming here until May or June, when the water had warmed up quite a bit. Air and water temperatures are in the 80s in ºF (high 20s in ºC) by the end of summer. If you dived in and swam out to the Gulf Stream (it's too far to swim to, but not really very far offshore), you might drift all the way to the French, English, or Irish coast.