To all our East Coast Mainland Kama’aina Ohana ~ wishing you the best and hope all is well! After a few WARM days of mid 30′ weather, I am under a blanket and watching all the white stuff fall again. That’s fine, I can plan to take the kids sledding now! 🙂
If you’ve seen spectacular pictures from deep inside a shore break wave, there’s a good chance you’ve seen some of Clark Little’s work. A few years ago, his wife searched high and low for a great wave picture and came home with one she was ‘happy’ with. Clark took a look at it and said to himself, “man, I can do better.” Just like that, a new passion and style of surf photography became mainstream. If you want to fill up your Instagram or Facebook with awesome wave captures, check out his pages!
To get a picture like this isn’t easy ~ Clark isn’t set up on a tripod on the shore taking pictures, or using a high powered lens from a boat. . . . he is literally, inside the tube with a camera. I assume that yes, this is a dream job and one everyone would LOVE to do but the one downside I can imagine is that every once in awhile, you probably take a pounding.
Clark was also interviewed and featured on The Weather Channel ~ you can find the interview here. Short interview but really cool pictures and photography. It also looks like Clark has a gallery in Haleiwa (see map below) ~ take some time to support and visit if you are in the area! From all of us on the mainland to Clark ~ thanks for the pics and imagery ~ truly one of a kind work!