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This Week In Waves: The Last of the Summer Surf

#ThisWeekInWaves brings a collection of the best photos from the summer surf this year. Its been a good summer for photography this year, and as the summer draws to an end, with our evenings getting shorter and the temperatures dropping, Blue Rapture looks back on some of our favourite photos from our photography team this summer. Bringing together surf photographers from all over the world, The last of the Summer Surf gallery features: Lucia Griggi…

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This Week In Waves: Water Colours

#ThisWeekInWaves brings you all the colours of the rainbow with our Water Colours Gallery. It’s amazing just how may colours can be captured using photography, water and light! Our beautiful photos this week, again come from photographers all over the world – featured photographers include: Stu Gibson, Chris Burkard, Lucia Griggi, Andrew Cooney, Adam Duffy, and Sean Davey. So, it’s Friday again, take a break, sit back and enjoy our colourful water colours gallery on…

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This Week In Waves: Welcome Andrew Cooney

In #ThisWeekInWaves we welcome on board surf photographer Andrew Cooney. Andrew Cooney is a surf photographer all the way from New South Wales, Australia. Not only does Andrew take beautiful shots of the ocean but he also takes great landscapes too.  Check them out for your selves in #ThisWeekInWaves… For more about Andrew Cooney, be sure to click here >> Andrew Cooney Gallery

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This Week in Waves: Shore Breaks

Shore breaks at their best!  Photo by Clark Little In #ThisWeekInWaves our gallery takes a look at some of the best shore breaks photography in the world, featuring renowned surf photography professionals such as Clark Little, Rober Bermus, Paul Topp and Andrew Cooney. These guys really do capture that moment that defines the term ‘Shore Break’, the moment where the ground is sucked out beneath you, exposing the seabed below before finally reaching its peek…

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