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The might and power of the sea on a Sunday morning
SHOULD DEFINITELY BE VIEWED LARGE!
THIS PIECE IS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE AS A:• Card• Canvas Print• Framed Print• Laminated Print• Matted Print• Mounted Print
Published in Leica Fotographic Magazine and 3 times in Australian Traveller Magazine.
Finalist in the 2011 Australia Day Council of NSW “Living Australia” photographic competitions and have won many awards for my images.
A winner in the 2012 Australia Day Council of NSW “Living Australia” photographic competition.
An Australia Post Postage Stamp made of my winning photograph in 2012
Exhibited at The Maritime Museum in Sydney and The Melbourne Exhibition Centre.
Amazing shot! Such power!!You have captured the motion in the water so well, I can almost hear the crash and taste the salty water.
Excellent description, tahk you for the complimentRock
– Ronald Rockman
Wonderful capture Ronald.
I was standing near the shore Carlos and the waves started to crash into the rocks, so like you would have I clicked !!
Thanks so much for all of your comments all of the time, I do appreciate them my friendRock
Nothing nicer than wading the waves in a stormy ocean….really helps to free the soul. Beautiful capture Rock.Carol
Thanks Carol, yes I must agree with you and who doesn’t need that !!
This is a terrific shot of the sea- brilliant work!!
Taaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa P and thanks for the info, I will give it a try soon.Rock
Incredible! Such a powerful surge of nature’s glory… great capture!
A great big belated thanks, how remiss of me to take so long to replyCheersRock
Awesome shot – to me this says the awesome power and beauty of God!!
What a beautiful, stunning capture my dear!!!!!xx
Great shot, such movement and force portrayed here
I had someone buy it from me last week, it will be blown up to approx. 3metres by 2 meters
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