Margaret River Surf

Well what does one do when in a holding pattern circling the airport dumping fuel before landing, go through some older images and experiment. 

Hope everyone enjoyed their “Rush Hour” today … 😉


Ok time to check on the Captain and see where we are at.

In all seriousness I had a email yesterday asking if I had a nice breaking wave from Margaret River. I said not really may want to check out a resident photographer I’m sure you find something there.

Someone owes me a fiver 😉

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15 Responses to Margaret River Surf

  1. Christian says:

    bummer I don’t have one this good 🙂 I’ll double it if I get a sale! cheers, p.s. love the new header.

  2. Michael says:

    Out there dude! Nice horizinal glow Spool.

  3. Thanks Christian , Mike and Merv. See you guys Saturday.

  4. kirkhille says:

    very nice as well mate , nicely timed with the wave

  5. Clint Baker says:

    great shot neal!!! bloody ripper

  6. jamiepatersonphotography says:

    This is seriously cool.

  7. Thanks Kirk, Clint and Jamie. Was taken last year round April.

  8. amazing shot Neal.
    love it hey.

  9. michaelolive says:

    great shot, love the timing of the wave breaking and the soft lighting.

  10. Really nice Neal, love the layers in this.

  11. bradtroyphotography says:

    Spectacular capture. This seems to be a very unique perspective; a lower angle than most people take shots of similar subjects. The tones you capture are excellent. Great work.

  12. Thanks Stephen
    Thanks Michael
    Thanks Will
    Thanks Brad – Glad you noticed not many folks do. I was trying to get to the same level as the roll of the wave.

  13. Parsec says:

    Incredible composition with fantastic color variation. Truly excellent!

  14. davethomasnz says:

    Applause applause! It certainly makes a breaking wave more attractive if taken from a low POV, as you’ve done. There are no distractions behind it. The wave has become the horizon – very clever.

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