Successive Catastrophes of Foam
This is a blog dedicated to artistic renderings of water, waves, and the ocean in general. The name is taken from Pablo Neruda's Ode to Laziness.
Successive Catastrophes of Foam
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awkwardsituationist:

deb morris specialists in photographing tiny waves - three to thirty centimeters high - breaking on the coast near her home in new south wales. “my ‘waveart’ is my photographic passion, rather than just capturing frozen moments from this beautiful landscape,” she explains. “i have found a whole new hidden world to investigate. i endeavour to capture those moments the naked eye misses, trying to provide an alternative look to the average wave shots of today.”
awkwardsituationist:

deb morris specialists in photographing tiny waves - three to thirty centimeters high - breaking on the coast near her home in new south wales. “my ‘waveart’ is my photographic passion, rather than just capturing frozen moments from this beautiful landscape,” she explains. “i have found a whole new hidden world to investigate. i endeavour to capture those moments the naked eye misses, trying to provide an alternative look to the average wave shots of today.”
awkwardsituationist:

deb morris specialists in photographing tiny waves - three to thirty centimeters high - breaking on the coast near her home in new south wales. “my ‘waveart’ is my photographic passion, rather than just capturing frozen moments from this beautiful landscape,” she explains. “i have found a whole new hidden world to investigate. i endeavour to capture those moments the naked eye misses, trying to provide an alternative look to the average wave shots of today.”
awkwardsituationist:

deb morris specialists in photographing tiny waves - three to thirty centimeters high - breaking on the coast near her home in new south wales. “my ‘waveart’ is my photographic passion, rather than just capturing frozen moments from this beautiful landscape,” she explains. “i have found a whole new hidden world to investigate. i endeavour to capture those moments the naked eye misses, trying to provide an alternative look to the average wave shots of today.”
awkwardsituationist:

deb morris specialists in photographing tiny waves - three to thirty centimeters high - breaking on the coast near her home in new south wales. “my ‘waveart’ is my photographic passion, rather than just capturing frozen moments from this beautiful landscape,” she explains. “i have found a whole new hidden world to investigate. i endeavour to capture those moments the naked eye misses, trying to provide an alternative look to the average wave shots of today.”
awkwardsituationist:

deb morris specialists in photographing tiny waves - three to thirty centimeters high - breaking on the coast near her home in new south wales. “my ‘waveart’ is my photographic passion, rather than just capturing frozen moments from this beautiful landscape,” she explains. “i have found a whole new hidden world to investigate. i endeavour to capture those moments the naked eye misses, trying to provide an alternative look to the average wave shots of today.”
awkwardsituationist:

deb morris specialists in photographing tiny waves - three to thirty centimeters high - breaking on the coast near her home in new south wales. “my ‘waveart’ is my photographic passion, rather than just capturing frozen moments from this beautiful landscape,” she explains. “i have found a whole new hidden world to investigate. i endeavour to capture those moments the naked eye misses, trying to provide an alternative look to the average wave shots of today.”
awkwardsituationist:

deb morris specialists in photographing tiny waves - three to thirty centimeters high - breaking on the coast near her home in new south wales. “my ‘waveart’ is my photographic passion, rather than just capturing frozen moments from this beautiful landscape,” she explains. “i have found a whole new hidden world to investigate. i endeavour to capture those moments the naked eye misses, trying to provide an alternative look to the average wave shots of today.”
awkwardsituationist:

deb morris specialists in photographing tiny waves - three to thirty centimeters high - breaking on the coast near her home in new south wales. “my ‘waveart’ is my photographic passion, rather than just capturing frozen moments from this beautiful landscape,” she explains. “i have found a whole new hidden world to investigate. i endeavour to capture those moments the naked eye misses, trying to provide an alternative look to the average wave shots of today.”
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magictransistor:

Utagawa Kuniyoshi
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fer1972:

Water Lines: Drawings by Gao Cheng
fer1972:

Water Lines: Drawings by Gao Cheng
fer1972:

Water Lines: Drawings by Gao Cheng
fer1972:

Water Lines: Drawings by Gao Cheng
fer1972:

Water Lines: Drawings by Gao Cheng
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nataliakoptseva:

 Early Morning After a Storm at Sea, Winslow Homer
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peira:

Frank Forward:  1953 Floods at Southwold, Suffolk (1953) via BBC
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kateoplis:

One family’s photographs of shipwrecks - a thousand images spanning 130 years - at the Royal Museums Greenwich: The Gibson Archive
kateoplis:

One family’s photographs of shipwrecks - a thousand images spanning 130 years - at the Royal Museums Greenwich: The Gibson Archive
kateoplis:

One family’s photographs of shipwrecks - a thousand images spanning 130 years - at the Royal Museums Greenwich: The Gibson Archive
kateoplis:

One family’s photographs of shipwrecks - a thousand images spanning 130 years - at the Royal Museums Greenwich: The Gibson Archive
kateoplis:

One family’s photographs of shipwrecks - a thousand images spanning 130 years - at the Royal Museums Greenwich: The Gibson Archive
kateoplis:

One family’s photographs of shipwrecks - a thousand images spanning 130 years - at the Royal Museums Greenwich: The Gibson Archive
kateoplis:

One family’s photographs of shipwrecks - a thousand images spanning 130 years - at the Royal Museums Greenwich: The Gibson Archive
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mpdrolet:

Passage 30, 2013
Ben Stockley
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oldbookillustrations:

Then the princess left the cave and wandered down to the sea-shore.

Walter Crane, from The necklace of Princess Fiorimonde and other stories , by Mary De Morgan, London, 1886.

(Source: archive.org.)
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iareart:

Rapids, Yoshida Hiroshi, 1928.
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oldbookillustrations:

Long lines of cliff breaking have left a chasm,
And in the chasm are foam and yellow sand.
(Enoch arden)

From Landscape illustrations to the poems of Alfred lord Tennyson, Boston, 1892.

(Source: archive.org.)