Saturday, October 24, 2009

ocean shots to take your breath away!

A few hours after posting these shots, Steven, of The Golden Fish informed me that these photographic feats of genius are by Clark Little.  Thank you Steven!  (I only began my blogging journey in June of this year, so I had not seen your post on this from last April.)  You can check out all of Clark Little's work at http://www.clarklittlephotography.com/.



Clark Little Photography




Clark Little Photography



The above photographs were copied from everystockphoto.com

24 comments:

  1. Absolutely breathtaking!

    Love these and the energy they evoke!

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  2. You're right. I'm breathless! The colours, the texture, the drama, the angle of the photograph, the very impossibility of what we're seeing, just takes your breath away.

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  3. hi bonnie - the photographer's name is clark little. i wrote about him a while back here: http://leakstev.blogspot.com/2009/04/clark-little-inside-wave.html is life story - particularly how he came to be shooting those pictures -makes for good reading. steven

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  4. Thanks so much Steven! I will post his credits and links. Went to your link and read your post about Clark Little. Check it out everyone - and Steven has other great photos there by this brave Mr. Little.!

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  5. Bonnie--Wow! Beautiful and breathtaking. I've seen his work before and marvel at it every time. How DOES he do it?? I'd love to see him work sometime. Someone needs to make a documentary about it. xxo B
    PS. Work's good. Stressful, but climbing over the learning curve. I'm in Texas this weekend visiting my grandbaby. Yay! So really good right now. Thanks for asking, hon.

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  6. This is the ocean like I have never seen it before!

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  7. oh wow...those are marvelous shots! so creative...now where did my breath get off to? lol. happy saturday!

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  8. Oh, how I love to see that, Bonnie! I have been lucky enough to experience just that view in my lifetime. One of the happiest days of my life was spent body surfing on Kauai. The waves were the biggest I had ever surfed in. One after the other I remember "shooting the tube." My friend Pam and her boyfriend Jim were with me and as we sailed through the tubes our smiling faces would catch one another. Often as I was carried through the tube I would glimpse rainbows encircling me and I could reach my arms up because the circle was so large. Ahhhh, you've reminded me of a day of pure bliss. Thank you for this!
    Have a Wonderful Day, Bonnie!

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  9. As you so rightly say - breathtaking. I have never seen anything quite like them. How on earth would they be taken? Have a good weekend.

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  10. Bonnie...these just take my breath away...The water, the colors, the clarity...stunning!!! Thank you for sharing these...they are inspiring...and fill me with such peace...and a sense of comfort!!Thank you also for your beautiful words of encouragement today...you are so gracious, thoughtful and wise...and your words of affirmation are truly a tremendous treasure!!!! Your friendship means so very, very much to me!!!! I am so grateful for the internet as I know that without it I would never have "met" you, and my life would be so very much the poorer without your friendship!!! I am so privileged to know you!!! Love to you and yours~Janine XO

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  11. Once again, Nature outdoes any manmade thing!
    Yup. Breath gone.

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  12. I'll follow everybody's comment: absolutely breathtaking. Now i must go over to Steven.
    greetings from Shropshire

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  13. Wow, awesome! Going to check out the link :) Thanks Bonnie, thanks Steven! I'll be excited to share them with my dh when he returns :)

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  14. Wow - now THAT's the kind of photographer I aspire to be! What absolutely STUNNING photos!

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  15. Hi Bonnie! Amazing! I went to Clark Little's site and saw the introductory video. Now I am convinced that these photos are possible; they are not an artist's rendition. Incredible, isn't it? As though the ocean was saying Om at daybreak and at sunset. Beautiful! xxox

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  16. I haven't seen these photos before but I know that it requires super fast shutter speed and some serious skill to do such a thing.

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  17. I remember seeing these photos before, you are right they are absolutely fantastic. I wonder how he shoot them??

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  18. HI BONNIE-
    I see you over at Rose Marie's place so often and I have been wanting to come by and say "hi" to you at your place, so,......"HI"!! :-) these pictures are breathtaking indeed - I am thrilled to my core by their amazing capture. "Thank you"
    Peace and love
    Gail

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  19. I don't recall the last time I saw anything more beautiful..

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  20. wowowowowow ...

    and wow ...

    prairiegirl xo

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  21. Wow! Stunning images. Love the colors and the power of the wave!

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  22. Hi Bonnie

    Now I see why the surfers get such a thrill when they are inside the curl...
    Happy days

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  23. Amazing shots. I am fascinated by water, and these pictures are wonderful examples of the power and beauty of the most important element on earth.

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  24. Such interplay of movement and form light and shadow. One is taken in and freed at the same time. Peering through the present, the immediate to grasp the distant, the expansive, the yet to be reached. Impressive for sure!

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