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Saturday, February 28, 2009

See the world through the waves




The U.K. Daily Mail yesterday published an article with a few breath-taking breaking wave pictures, shown above, by the "surfer-turned-photographer" Clark Little. The article, with a long tittle "Pictured: The daredevil surfer taking amazing photos from INSIDE huge breaking waves", has this introduction:
These stunning images capture the power and glory of waves as they are about to crash down onto the shore.

They have been taken by surfer-turned-photographer Clark Little who swims in terrifying seas and crouches on shorelines to get the breathtaking images.

'I try to capture the beauty of these monstrous waves from the inside out,' said the father of two, who has just published his favourite images.

'I'm always in the water before dawn to try to snap that perfect picture as the sun rises.'

There are a lot of more pictures from Mr. Little's own site here. Here's a few great ones from there:

Clark Little modestly said:"I try to capture the beauty of these monstrous waves from the inside out . . ." I think he he did a whole lot more than that. As a matter of fact, I am not aware of anyone else has been able to capture this kind of extensive nature beauty yet.

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