Among the thousands of mutant slabs around the world, The Right in Western Australia is perhaps the most terrifying. Massive swells traverse across the Indian Ocean and dump onto a shallow, treacherous reef, creating a spectacle that should be regarded as the Eighth Wonder of the World. But as scary as she is, she’s also one of the most photogenic. Here, big-wave surfers Mick Corbett and Jarryd Foster cheat death and tango with Western Australia’s heaviest slab.