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SEA SCULPT. Huge surf had eroded away a wall of sand on the beach that waves were crashing into, throwing big foamy shapes into the air. With a fast shutter speed the shapes are frozen in time like some kind of abstract sea sculpture. North Curl Curl Beach, New South Wales. Cannon 5D Mk ll, EF8-15mm f/4L FISHEYE USM, 1/1000, f/10, ISO 250, handheld, Aquatech underwater housing
This image was also named winner of the People’s Choice award in the 2015 Australian Geographic ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year competition.
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Photo credit: Marc Lynch, New South Wales