Simply the most beautiful pictures of waves we’ve ever seen
The breath-taking images show the split-second in which each one breaks and crashes on to the sand, and are the work of two keen photographers who wish to remind people just how beautiful Mother Nature can be.
Photographers Nick Selway, 28, and pal CJ Kale, 35, position themselves in the magnificent Hawaiian water – and then wait for the waves to crash into their heads.
Their only equipment are standard cameras – but a waterproof case means they do not need to sacrifice their cameras for their art.
Breaking waves: These are the amazing photos taken by daredevil photographers Nick Selway, 28, and pal CJ Kale, 35
Clear and blue: Using a simple protective casing around their cameras, and donning just swimming shorts and flippers, they bob up and down with the water as the surf washes over their heads
CJ, from Hawaii, said: ‘It’s such a beautiful island – all the different colours seemed to be replicated in the water while we were snapping away.
‘We spend most of our time in the water photographing, but to get these kinds of shows isn’t easy and it takes a lot of patience to get it right.
‘Fortunately it paid off this time and we managed to get an amazing set of images.’
Mystery over the giant cosmic explosion of 774AD, which has left absolutely no trace – except deep within the rings of two cedar trees
Nick was born in Lake Stevens, Washington, and says he always had an appreciation for Nature and that his purpose in life is: ‘To capture Mother Nature’s beauty and light in the most unique way possible.’
CJ Kale is no stranger to the area, raised in Hawaii on the Waianae coast.
He spent his days in the surf and outdoors exploring the beauty of nature and learned early on that he had a love for the outdoors and a passion for photography.
The pair also love photographing active volcanoes, and often risk their lives for that perfect shot.
A lone man can be seen on the shore as the waves crash over at sunset
An insight into the photography: A simple waterproof case allows the photographers to take these images
The foggy sands closer to shore get tossed and turned in the foam, leading to a wide mix of colours in this shot
The breath-taking images show the split-second in which each one breaks and crashes on to the sand
The waves break over the sand just as the sun breaks over the hills on the beautiful islands
The stillness of the sea is broken up by the force of the waves, lifted up by the moon’s gravity
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