The ocean is never still. Whenever we observe it we expect to see waves. Waves are most commonly caused by wind.
As wind blows across the surface of the ocean the continual disturbance creates a wave.
Waves in the ocean can travel thousands of miles before reaching land. Wind waves on Earth range in size from small ripples, to waves over 30 m high.
The wind is air in its active state. It represents the spirit, the vital breath of the universe.
The wind was viewed by many ancient and native peoples as the work of fickle powers and understood to be the harbinger of change.
The wind is the sculptor of the sea. It forms the water into ever-changing masterpieces.
Many civilizations in our history honoured spirits or worshipped gods and goddesses of wind.
With this collection, I’d like to express my appreciation towards this master sculptor.
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