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.
These stunning images capture the power and glory of waves as they are about to crash down onto the shore.
They have been taken by surfer-turned-photographer Clark Little who swims in terrifying seas and crouches on shorelines to get the breathtaking images.
enjoy the power and beauty of the thick bombs that roll through. Now I can capture some of those heavy moments without getting slammed. Well, most of the time.
Clark Little’s images encapsulate the breathtaking beauty and power of the Hawaiian ocean, and depict a world that few, if any, have had the chance to experience. Check more of his work by visiting his website.