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Welcome to Ocean-Image . . .    the place for waves, seascapes, surfing, Cornish and stunning ocean imagery.  Browse the seascape galleries and buy prints, or click the surf link for the latest surf shoots.

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At last the head scratching is over, and the new Stock Library is open!
Over 3,000 ocean-related images from some of the UK's best ocean and surf photographers. Easy access digital downloads for publication or personal use.  Buy a print or canvas for your office or home, there's lots of Ocean-Images to choose from.

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Mike Newman


2010 Waves Calendar is here already!  Twelve months worth of new seascapes displayed in a CD case. And at a lower price than two years ago. Get yours HERE for just £4.95(+£1 P&P)Waves photo calendar 2010
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Storm Prints . . . .   12x8 inch    £15.00


16x12 inch    £20.00


24x16 inch   £30.00

Storm surf raging at Sennen

Incredible waves struck Sennen on 10th March during force ten winds and the biggest storm of the winter.  Waves in the region of 50 feet sent spray up over 200ft over the Pedn Men Dhu cliff.   Storm surge swept the lifeboat house, the carparks and cafe, in scenes resembling a war zone.  Only slightly too large to surf ! 

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Prints £1.95 for P&P

All is calm in Sennen

Of course , being a coastal area, you can guarantee that the weather will be changeable. This shot, taken  from the same place a week later, on 18 March, shows what a difference a week can make. 

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extreme sports coasteering  rock jumper

Had a lot of fun shooting this extreme bunch.....   Matt and Simon at CornishRockTors  take people climbing, abseiling, kayaking and, in this case, coasteering. Getting some images meant hanging on to the camera whilst scaling vertical cliffs, kayaking through turbulent waters and plunging through dark, barnacle encrusted, wave swept sea caves. All good fun, the occasional blog should have more details soon..

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