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Epic Photography by Clark Little

Epic photography by Clark Little when he catches monster waves with his camera. The whole power is transformed into his pictures. “The Shorebreak Art of Clark Little” is surely very epic.

The dramatic, heart-pounding pictures of crashing surf captured by photographer Clark Little will immediately transport you to the wave-soaked beaches of Hawaii.

Epic Photography by Clark Little
Epic Photography by Clark Little – It´s just stunning

Getting inside, over and under 30-40 foot waves is what this is all about. His goal is finding that perfect angle and lighting condition that makes a perfect shot and hence the perfect result.

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I love the oceans and my mind just went crazy when I saw these stunning wave pictures and I felt an urge to just dive into my monitor.

At its best, The Shorebreak Art of Clark Little feels like a magic trick of sorts—incredibly quiet, contemplative moments of beauty distilled from one of nature’s most violent and destructive symbiotic relationships.

At its least, it is simply some of the most unique eye candy to come down the line in quite some time.  This is a quote from him

“The shorebreak is my comfort zone. I absolutely love it. It’s always different. The light, the colours, the water, the sand and what happens to it. And to be there to capture it and share it with the world… what a dream.”

He also published them in a book you can by.  So let´s check out the Epic Photography by Clark Little.

Epic Photography by Clark Little

Epic Photography by Clark Little

Epic Photography by Clark Little

Epic Photography by Clark Little

Epic Photography by Clark Little

Epic Photography by Clark Little

Epic Photography by Clark Little

Epic Photography by Clark Little

Epic Photography by Clark Little

Epic Photography by Clark Little

Epic Photography by Clark Little
All images is copyrighted by clarklittlephotography

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  1. Wow, this is so cool. I started following this guy on Instagram awhile ago and LOVE his pictures. I feel the same way about wanting to jump right in the waves. I tweet his pictures almost every day to inspire my followers. Thanks for sharing Jonny! Great to see the guy behind the camera. Very interesting!

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