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Australian Photographer Has Spent A Decade Capturing Waves, And The Result Is Magical

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Three years in the making, the Australian photographer Ray Collins has recently released his third book titled Water & Light that presents new and unseen visions of waves.

Collins’ renowned style ties the massive force and fury of an agitated sea to a blink of light in a single water droplet seamlessly – and frequently on the same page.

To make his book, Ray has swam in Iceland’s below freezing north Atlantic seas, sailed through the remote uninhabited island chains of the Indonesian archipelago, hung harnessed out of a doorless helicopter in Hawaii, documented a once in a decade Tahitian mega swell, and driven for days o n end to the desolate reefs and bomboras of the raw southern and eastern coastlines of Australia.

To make his book, Ray has swam in Iceland’s below freezing north Atlantic seas, sailed through the remote uninhabited island chains of the Indonesian archipelago, hung harnessed out of a doorless helicopter in Hawaii, documented a once in a decade Tahitian mega swell, and driven for days on end to the desolate reefs and bomboras of the raw southern and eastern coastlines of Australia.

 

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