You'd better be a pretty competent surfer/swimmer to handle this stuff (even so, the lifeguards were busy all weekend)... they are the only ones that really get to experience the thrill and the power of these conditions first hand, but it's still lots of fun for the rest of us observing from shore, if nothing else.
Anyway, this day started out great and got even better, so I hope everyone is up for some ocean images:) I shot enough exposures in 3 hours to keep me busy for quite a while (the light after sunset was a jaw-dropper)... this is just a little teaser. I'll be back later in the week for SkyWatch, if not sooner.
A good photograph is one that communicates a fact, touches the heart, leaves the viewer
a changed person for having seen it. It is, in a word, effective. - Irving Penn
what a strange looking sky. Great contrast with the blue water. I could sit on the beach all day, watching the waves break!
oh, I would give my right arm to be there w/ storybeader, watching the waves break..:))
Wonderful...I love it when the waves are all powerful!
One of the best shots I ever got was one spring...I was on Michigan State University's campus after a huge melt down from the snow...the Red Cedar river on campus was rushing down and high and some guy took a surfboard and surfed the river...powerful rapids and he was so good on the board...made for some great shots!
Hello Mark and congrats for the nice image. I'm glad you had a very good day. Here we have an awfull and cold weather. Seeing somebody in the waves today is a little incredible for me :)
What an fantastic photograph! the sky is unusual, pre-storm looking...
very cool! Nice!
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