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
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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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ZsaZsa Bellagio: A Whole Lot Of Wonderful!
Somewere in Mexico.
I wish i was here now floating around in blissful peace
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Sun light goes Blue
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"Turquoise #sea" ...You and Me, Oh How Happy We'll Be!
This is spiritual to me. You learn a lot about yourself while sitting alone in the ocean waiting for a set.