"Memorial Day" photo by Clark Little, taken at North Shore, Oahu, Hawaii. "A large wave coming to shore, taken seconds before Clark is pitted inside the tube. Captured in the late afternoon before the sun sinks low enough and sends out the sunset colors.
“ Troy Casswell Bream Under a Breaking Wave A beautiful clear winter day at Coolum Beach. The waves were small, but all these fish swam over and were just hanging out by my feet in less than waist deep water.
If you believe that waves, waterscapes, and waterfalls pretty well use up all the opportunities that water provides for picture-taking, think again. Here are seven more photography tips with water—remedies for the photo doldrums!
When I walk down the beach and smell the salt water, hear the waves crashing against the shoreline, and feel the granular sand under my feet, I can't help but realize why I'm here on this green earth ~Wendy Joubert
Big wave surfing is a discipline within surfing where experienced surfers paddle into or are towed onto waves which are at least 20 feet m) high, on browse boards referred to as "guns" or towboards. Sizes of the board had to effectively surf these.