I was going to say the same thing. It’s sad, really. There’s no attempt to even hide the gradient. It looks like it was done in lightroom in 5 minutes, tops.
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Sure. Just kind of a rule of thumb, the steepest nicest waves generally are going to be breaking in pretty shallow water. That’s what makes it work. The swell comes out of deeper water and hits the shallow water of the reef, rock, or
Awesome picture. Not even an hour ago I learned about these creatures in this awesome documentary. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5ny6KJuKhs The shrimp throw up bioluminescent fluid as an escape measure that distracts its enemies.
Thank you! Is there any way you can get a higher resolution? I want to print this out and put it in front of my desk to look at all day.
Which bay is this in exactly? I am creating a bucket list of places to visit, and I would really like to see this! Are you able to give a Google Maps link to where it should be? Thank you!
Anyone else see a skull shape near the mouth in the splash of water?
>The Bunda Cliffs are part of a larger scarp of the Eucla Basin that spreads across the south eastern corner of Western Australia and the far western part of South Australia >The Bunda cliffs is an aboriginal name  which has been used in
Why did you move? Did you get a job in SF or did you have financial issues? (sorry kind of a personal question you don’t have to answer)
Anyone have a higher quality version of this image? Too awesome to now use as my wallpaper 🙂
South of Kaeana Point, a few hundred yards past Kaneana Cave, just past the Moi Hole, if that helps. Not sure if that’s part of Kaena Point trail or not?
Here’s a link to a higher resolution [4288×2416]: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5Oz5xqWbFjiaHc3SUtFNzFoLXc/view?usp=sharing Imgur down-scales very hi-res images.
I went snorkeling from some sea kayaks there once. We came back to shore and there were thousands of tiger sharks in the water!
[Original](http://imgur.com/lDe8AEV) – iPhone 5s. The picture didn’t make it justice though, fantastic place!
Sort of – from Honolulu we drove up the leeward coast all the way to Makaha, and then back all the way around to windward coast and the North Shore to Haleiwa. Did a few trips through the middle of the island as well.
And it was the sunrise fyi. That’s why I said “off of Lahaina” – when you’re on the water you have the ability to look back past/around Maui.
I did not apply any edit at all. I usually apply filters from VSCO cam app. I realised that the original was much much better and the fact that it looked so beautiful in it’s original state is why I fell in love with
Undeniably lucky. In fact it was luck I got the photo, the dolphins were passing by and I was hoping to get a shot of their dorsal fins or something, but I caught a priceless moment instead.
99% sure this is Chania, Crete. If you image search Chania Greece Breakwater you will find this image: http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2449/4014988832_6e94157954_o.jpg
Source: [Sunset](http://500px.com/photo/72681911?utm_campaign=bot&utm_content=botcomment&utm_medium=web&utm_source=reddit) by [Karol Nienartowicz](http://500px.com/KarolNienartowicz?utm_campaign=bot&utm_content=botcomment&utm_medium=web&utm_source=reddit) on [500px.com](http://500px.com?utm_campaign=bot&utm_content=botcomment&utm_medium=web&utm_source=reddit)
Used to live down in the Keys right on the ocean. Seeing the sunrise everyday was well worth getting up early to go to school.
That’s a nice picture, reminds me of the underground rivers in the Caribbean.
Spent a few days there last summer – beautiful place! Never saw the sea so amazingly glass-smooth, though.
From someone who has been on multiple shipwreck dives: This is amazing.
That’s why Florida has so many palm trees. They are naturally resilient to wind and will sometimes be the only thing left standing after a hurricane or tornado. They have a giant rootball instead of long shallow branching roots that anchors them really well,