Friday Deep Sea Picture: Looking Down the Barrel of a Wave

Imagine yourself from the inside of the wave, barreling shoreward, and exploding out into millions of watery pieces. Intense stuff. Clark Little, a surfer from Hawai’i with over 30 years experience, took his intimate knowledge of the ocean and frames an awe-inspiring vision of his home state from the perspective of the wave.

“I enjoy the power and beauty of the thick bombs that roll through. Now I can capture some of those heavy moments without getting slammed. Well, most of the time.” – Clark Little

Clark’s work has appeared in magazines, newspapers, and news shows across the country, even receiving international acclaim. One of his portraits even hangs in the White House – a wave crashing into a beach where President Obama himself once body-surfed.

His gallery is a must see. I went through it all in one sitting. Can anyone else find the wave that looks like a conch shell? Or is just my imagination he has captured? Order a print from his very reasonably priced collection and don’t forget to surf around his website and get to know him a little bit. His positive energy and enthusiasm will keep you plenty stoked. Just check out this interview with Good Morning America!

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