The power of the sea has many times shown its amazing strength by polishing the rocks and making the sand look like a blanket of shining diamonds reflecting the sun rays in a million colors.

The stormy nights and days that sweep over the surface of the ocean are able to bring to the shore a spectacular opportunity for creating amazing shots.

Washed up photography is the chance to make immortal a perspective over the beauty of what the waves are pushing from the depths of the wild waters on to the sandy shore that is ready to embrace them and make them shine inside a memorable shot.

washed up Photography 1( Photo by petervanallen )

washed up photography 2( Photo by Osgoldcross )

washed up photography 3( Photo by Brianmoc )

washed up photography 4( Photo by Thierry Hennet )

washed up photography 5( Photo by Dani?l )

washed up photography 6( Photo by » edouard )

washed up photography 7( Photo by JWEral )

washed up photography 8( Photo by noproblemnigel ? )

washed up photography 9( Photo by acidsulfurik )

washed up photography 10( Photo by macten )

washed up photography 11( Photo by omnia_mutantur )

washed up photography 12( Photo by rebranca46 )

washed up photography 13( Photo by marcovdz )

washed up photography 14( Photo by jwoodphoto )

washed up photography 15( Photo by poolie )

washed up photography 16( Photo by Lance & Cromwell )

washed up photography 17( Photo by Hueystar )

washed up photography 18( Photo by Alex::: )

washed up photography 19( Photo by DX-Sniper )

washed up photography 20( Photo by DJ Bass )

washed up photography 21( Photo by DJ Bass )

washed up photography 22( Photo by janusz l )

washed up photography 23( Photo by Taiger808 )

washed up photography 24( Photo by heshaaam )

washed up photography 25( Photo by DJ Bass )


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9 COMMENTS

  1. These are all great photos. I like that many people have contributed to this same concept, instead of just one photog. Great blog post – thank you for sharing!

  2. Damn our beaches our polluted… Did anyone else notice this almost all man made waste in these pictures

  3. The juxtaposition of man made and nature is an interesting twist.

    Composition is everything and “lightchasing” is the key.

    It’s nice to see that these photographers have worked on both.

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