Called “Over/Under”, the gorgeous photo series featured in this article is from Australian photographer Matthew (Matty) Smith who simultaneously captures life above and below sea level. It marries the underwater world with our own familiar world (such as sunsets, trees, and seagulls) and links the unknown with the known (like jellyfish, coral, and schools of fish).
If you ever wonder how frozen ocean wave looks like, Marsha Blaker and Paul DeSomma who are two glass artists from Kela’s, a glass art gallery in Kauai, Hawaii, have the right answer for you. Since they are surrounded by water on a daily basis, they’ve developed a unique talent for capturing the power and motion of the sea. Alough they are properly not the right vases for flower, they are excellent conversation pieces nonetheless. You can find more beautiful glass art inspired by ocean on Marsha and Paul’s website.
Nature and fine art photographer Dalton Portella captures magnificent photos during storm near the precipice of the raging Atlantic Ocean. With the storm coming, the ocean moves with violent force to create waves that curl up and crash down again in an instant. Dark, ominous clouds and streaks of lightning fill the sky and transform the world into an alien landscape . By only looking at these dramatic photos, you will almost feel the mist of the ocean water spraying up throughout the air! Excellent work!