Sunday, October 11, 2009

Ocean beauty

It's time to wonder at the miracle of nature as experienced on the surface of the ocean. I would love to share a few of my favorite photos taken by Clark Little from O'ahu, a photographer gaining deserved fame for his work. But in order to avoid copyright infringement, I'll simply encourage you to check out his gallery. Those few minutes will be well-spent.

This surfer/photographer gets drenched capturing shots from the inside of monstrous Hawaiian waves, and it makes me wonder: how does the camera lens remain dry?

Hopefully he won't mind me posting just these two to pique your interest enough to click over to his site. They are a couple of my favorites, but there are so many more to admire, depicting a range of colors and textures that I wouldn't have had the imagination to guess at previously. Enjoy.

Marlin by Clark Little

Sun Curl by Clark Little


Jennifer said...

Wow...those are amazing!

Amber said...

Some of these almost look like blown glass! How does he capture the suspended waves like that? Amazing!

Kristen said...

Oh yeah, I actually meant to add that many of the photos remind me of Dale Chihuly's glass work. He even has a whole "seascapes" collection. Check it out at


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