Hawaiian Snow Aluminum Print
Experience the true power of the winter ocean swells of Hawaii in this death defying wave picture taken on the North Shore of Oahu. This photo truly shows why we must respect nature in all of its glory.
Aluminum wall art prints are made with a process of electrostatic heat transferring of dyes onto aircraft grade aluminum which creates a very vibrant and unique piece of art. The photograph looks as though it may leap out at you! The aluminum prints are waterproof and have a UV clear coat to protect from fading. Each wall art print has a pre-mounted frame on the back which creates a floating effect on the wall. No additional framing is needed. Please treat as fine art. These pieces are not meant to be abused and must be handled with care. Care instructions are included. Watermarks will not appear on prints. Saw tooth hanger and frame color may vary. Allow 2 weeks after date of order to ensure I have time to make and ship the piece to you. Please read my return policy and copyright notice before ordering.
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Hawaiian Snow is probably the most frightening ocean picture I have ever taken! This one really put the fear of God's creation into me for certain. The day started out as a fairly large swell, the conditions were decent and the surf report said later that evening a larger swell would start rolling in. We figured if we were out of the water by about noon we would be okay. That is the nature of the ocean though, fairly unpredictable. A new swell can pick up speed and power as it rolls across the open ocean. Then before you know it....surprise!!! It arrives hours earlier that predicted. That's EXACTLY what happened. As the waves of the swell started building we could see them rippling on the horizon. We looked at each other and thought "oh, oh gotta go!!". As the first set rolled in I had my camera full on shooting as my friend drove the wave runner. This little crazy side wave came into the channel and collided with a second small backwash wave creating the splash. So lucky it didn't tip us over! We were being watched over that day for sure. Of course I was happy later when I saw I captured that crazy experience in a photo.