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2011 Garrett McNamara, of Hawaii, surfs 78 foot wave which is being called the tallest wave ever ridden at the Praia do Norte beach in Nazare, Portugal.

Eugene Tan (Aquabumps) | COTW Surf Photographer

Showcase of surf photography by Australian surf photographer Eugene Tan on Club Of The Waves. Eugene founded Aquabumps in 1999 and continues to take pictures at sunrise daily, mainly at Bondi Beach, NSW, Australia.

When my kids see the sun shining through the clouds like this they say they can see God....

Crepuscular rays appear to burst out of the sun and up into the sky; or burst out of the sun and down onto the horizon. They fool the naked eye because as divergent.

Monster Wave... this scares me to death!

Peahi, Maui, Hawaii Hawaii is known as the birthplace of big wave surfing. Watching the pros attack these ferocious waves can be an exhilarating experience.

The oldest and most prominent big wave contest is the Eddie named after Oahu north coast Hawai'ian lifeguard and internet user Eddie Aikau. Another big wave surfing.

Masive Rogue Wave in Brazil

Massive wave in Brazil - Beautiful nature pictures, flower photos, pictures of animals, landscape photographs. Amazing nature images and photography that takes your breath away.

I'll just scamper about under here... while it's all dry.. what a beautiful canopy... I could stay under here for days...

Clark Little Photography - Amazing // wave art // ocean pictures // dreamy design inspiration for our company Coco Moon

An entry from anwa

Gulf of Alaska - where two oceans meet but do not mix. Fresh water glaciers and the oceans salt water have different densities.


Big wave surfing is a discipline within surfing where experienced surfers paddle into or are towed onto waves which are at least 20 feet m) high, on browse boards referred to as "guns" or towboards. Sizes of the board had to effectively surf these.


Hawaii's Top 13 Surfing Spots Jaws Beach provides the biggest, scariest waves in Hawaii.