Normally when you look at photos of a big surf day, what you expect to see is a great surfer riding a big wave, you expect the photographer to highlight the size of the wave.
I like to stare at those photos and try to measure the size of the wave, looking at the surfer and how he embraces that huge mass of water.
But what happens if the photographer turns the rules up side down, and the waves, big in reality, are showed as tiny little things with tiny little creatures? The result is beautiful images that seems to be taken out from a magical place.
Look what the renowned surf photographer Tim Mckenna did in a perfect surf day at paradise by “tilting” Tahiti. It is breathtaking isn’t it?