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Photo Of The Year | SURFER Magazine
Distance creates an illusion of placidity. Case in point, Tim McKenna’s aerial photograph of Teahupoo’s elbow-shaped reef on a down day during this summer’s Billabong Pro Tahiti. Though this angle gives the South Pacific’s scariest ride the guise of manageability, from sea level, even a 6-foot day like this one is an exercise in controlled chaos, where disaster lurks just a few feet below the surface. Photo: McKenna
One of the most beautiful pictures of a wave I have ever seen. Taken by master Tim McKenna.
Andy Irons. © Tim McKenna #surf
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#101. Well, this could be almost every reason for me. Simply watching waves like this crash into the San Diego coastline is an amazing site to see.
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Photo by Mrc Ramoneda. This photo was taken on November 1, 2011 in Balearic Islands, ES.
When waters could engulf you, believe in the talent and skills you've honed and ride through with confidence!
I am crazy about this shade of blue. It seems to only be found in the compacted, airless ice of glaciers. Just shows that God is the ultimate artist!
Vintage Surf- that's the theme my bridal shoot will be someday
amazing photos of nature
"Turquoise #sea" ...You and Me, Oh How Happy We'll Be!