Clark Little Gets Worked Over To Create Shorebreak Art
Clark Little Gets Worked Over To Create Shorebreak ArtCourtesy of Clark Little, Oahu, Hawaii. For any open water swimmer, the beautifully creative work of Clark Little is stunning.
Flip through The Shorebreak Art of Clark Little once, twice, a hundred times and the beauty of the ocean – and Clark’s daring to take the photography – is beyond words.
Clark (shown above) constantly puts himself in positions of danger and faces high risk every time to capture the violence of water crashing against the shore. “There’s been a few times I’ve had to ditch my camera to avoid breaking my neck, but I have learned to love getting worked over.”
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