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A 4.5 metre swell, a 20 knot offshore, sunny skies. A pretty standard sort of day in the Roaring 40s at any time of year really. Doesnt happen all the time but its definitely not a rare occurence either.
Temma, NW Tasmania
Nikon D90Nikkor 18-200mm VR lensPolariser.
featured in A Wilderness Somewhere 31st January 2010featured in SEA group 1st February 2010featured in Tasmanian Photography group 12th February 2010
wave, roaring forties, kelp, tarkine, temma tasmania, garth smith, surf
Amazing sight Garth! Nicely done.—Steve
Thank you Steve, I wasnt sure if I was going to be eaten or not.
– Garth Smith
Wow what a shot hope you and camera did not get wet, you can just feel the force of the water, beautifully captured.
Thank you Karen.I was absolutely positive it was going to get me but had to grab the shot anyway. After I had turned and scrambled like an idiot back up the rocks, I looked back around and the wave had come to – just about a foot from where I had been standing. The rocky shoreline had soaked all the oomph out of it.
It is a beautiful wave shot Garth :))
Thank you very much Sharon
What a colour!!! What a wave!! Great capture Garth! *-)
Thank you Deb
Great colour and energy.
Thank you very much EG
You have captured the power of the wave perfectly Garth,well done mate, and yes we enjoyed or Stanley trip, the exhibition was fantastic, great work by all.Ian
Thank you Ian, glad you enjoyed.
Thank you Rick
Thank you Ryan
Congratulations! Your photo has been featured in “A Wilderness somewhere…"
This photo was chosen because it was of a very high quality and it captured exactly the sort of work we are looking for in this group.
Please keep up the great work and we hope you continue to add more of your excellent photographs to this group.
Thank you very much Graham, much appreciated.
awesome image. Well done, real dramatic capture
Thank you Jason