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Photo: Clark Little

 

This photo is from renowned surf photographer Clark Little’s new book, The Shorebreak Art of Clark Little. Little shot this in the water on a clear morning as the sun came up between the Koolau and Waianae mountain ranges. “I like the Blue Rise because it’s halfway though that transition,” Little wrote. “The blues and golds have equal balance.” Little is best known for his North Shore shots.

For more of his surf photography, and to order the book ($100), visit clarklittlephotography.com

 

 

 

 

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