Musings on art and life.
Pierre Carreau has a long history with wave photography, having worked as a professional photographer for water-sport manufacturers and surf and kitesurfing magazines. His series AquaViva, a study of wave shapes, are all taken with wide angle lenses and various high speed cameras that make the breakers seem more like sculptures then flowing fluid. The crystal clear images depict various moments of crashing waves frozen in time, almost as if they were carved of ice or made of aqua coloured blown glass.
All these images are courtesy of Pierre Carreau, and kindly borrowed from thisiscolossal.com.
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