Crashing Waves on Lake Erie Look Like Liquid Mountains
Dave Sandford has been a professional sports photographer for 18 years but tells us his deepest passion involves anything and everything with water and that "oceans and lakes beckon him"; the power, the force, and graceful movements of waves mesmerize him.
Sandford’s hometown of London, Ontario, Canada, lies near the shores of Lake Erie, the fourth largest of the Great Lakes. In a recent series that has gone viral, Sandford captures crashing waves on the lake that look like liquid mountains. As the seasons change, so to does the lake’s temperament where calm waters turn fierce.
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