Posts Tagged ‘waves energy’

Glamour double-rainbow Print from Hawaii

Double Rainbow over Pupukea

Hey Folks, take a look at today’s glorious picture. A result of swimming with my camera on the famed sandbars of Pupukea, here on the north shore. During the early months of the year, the sand builds up on the sandbar between Pipeline and Rocky Point and the result is pure sandbar bliss. Perfect barrels […]


Wave of the day – “Aqua-blade”

Aquablade

Folks; todays picture of the day comes to you from the ever-amazing Pupukea sandbar, on the north shore. Every year usually around Feb-March, tons of sand gets pushed into the beach at Pupukea, between Pipeline and Rocky Point. During these months, the sand gets groomed into a long series of hollow sandy beach breaks. This […]


Todays print of the day; Foam Inertia

Foam Inertia

Todays picture comes from the north shore. Waves have always been central what I shoot now for more than 30 years already. (I started young :) Here’s another of my favourite wave images. This one I’ve called: Foam Inertia. Like with many of my images, this one is available as prints and canvas’s in a […]


Indonesian dreamscape – “Aqua Peel”

"Aqua Peel" - Indonesia

This from a trip, a couple of years ago in the Mentawai Islands, off the coast of Sumatra in Indonesia. We were cruising along and spotted this totally random little island, so we dropped anchor off it and I dived over the side of the boat with my water camera. It was a tiny little […]


Epic Sunset Beach a few days ago

Classic Sunset - Feb 26th 2010

I was surprised to stumble upon pretty good quality surf at Sunset a few days ago. It’s taken me till now to get a clip together. Enjoy! Aloha Sean Epic Sunset Beach


PIcture of the day: AquaBlade

Aquablade

Today, I’m featuring one of my current top selling images. This particular image has yielded 2 recent print orders as well as a print sale through my agent WaveRiders gallery gallery recently. Around this time of the year, when the swells get a little smaller and more organised, the sand bars between pipeline and Rocky […]


Pipe shines with an all star crew

Japanese Pipe legend; Takayuki Wakita charging deep at Pipe.

As many Pipe specialists will tell you; It’s been a great season unless riding the Pipe is your gig. If that’s the case, this has been probably the most frustrating of seasons for the Pipe surfer. We’ve had pumping swellpretty much since late August and the only real


Davey’s Wavey Gravy. Get your’s today

Sean Davey's Wavey Gravy.

Waves have always been a major target in my viewfinder. My very first photo was of a Wave, way back in 1977. I’ve been building my collection of wave images for somewhere like 25 years now. These images here represent just a handful of the entire collection, but they are some of my favorite wave […]


Jamie OBrien wins the 2010 Volcom Pipe Pro

Jamie OBrien and one proud dad Mick, in their backyard.

Jamie OBrien just took out the 2010 Volcom Pipe pro surfing event right here at Pipeline, on the north shore. This is just a quick report right now. I’ll file a more detailed one later. The results were: 1st Place: Jamie OBrien 2nd Place Anthony Walsh 3rd place: Mark Mathews 4th place: Danny Fuller.


Incredible water moment

This is an interesting moment from last week’s dream sand bar days. There was this one surfer duck-divingthrough this wave. I don’t know what happened to them, but this is a pretty cool Hawaiian surf moment…. Sean


News feature of Davey Photography

News.com.au just ran a short story about my photography on their main website. Check it out, the piece compiled by Helen Parker is entitled; Mad Men


Amazing crystal clear conditions on the north shore

Absolutely beautiful conditions here on the north shore yesterday and I guess we could be expecting more today. I just love it here when it settles down and produces days like this.


YLS mag features Davey Photography

I’ve been working behind the scenes for a while now with Adam over at yourlocalsurf.com He’s been putting out his own on- line surf mag for about a year now and I’ve helped him with the last couple of issues. This issue features some of my sequence photography of Teahupoo in Tahiti, right on the […]


And now for something, just a little different

As many of you already know, I’ve always been pretty obsessed with photographing waves, right from the very first image, I ever photographed. The amazing thing about waves is their forever changing form. Some amazing moments can be photographed that for the most part are lost to regular vision. It’s particularly these kind of images […]


Picture of the day: “Glass Pitch”

"Glass Pitch" from Waimea Bay, on the north shore.

My picture for the day is a three shot sequence from Waimea Shorebreak, which I entitled “Glass Pitch” It is also available in a multitude of print sizes here Enjoy Sean


New: “Classic Waimea” prints now at surfphotosart

I’ve added a new category to my images sets at surfphotosart.com this new one is simply entitled Waimea Bay Classics. There 58 images currently in this section and they represent some of the very best moments that I’ve photographed at Waimea over the past 15 years or so. Many of these are my favourite images. […]


Classic Davey pictorial about Waimea Bay appears on Surfline

Waimea spot check on Surfline

I’ve done some cool pictorials over the years with surfline, but none cooler than this awesome pictorial that just went on line today. It features a staggering array of amazing Waimea visuals, that I’ve photographed from over the years. So many classic moments, from Waimea close-outs, to when they built the road across the beach […]


Photo of the day: Aqua Cocoon

"Aqua Cocoon" Micronesia

Today’s picture of the day: “Aqua Cocoon” “Aqua Cocoon” comes to you from the far west end of the pacific. A remote location somewhere in “Micronesia” Enjoy Sean


Some more video, this time from Off The Wall

Off The Wall, 12-27-09

I’ve been doing some dabbling on the video feature with my new cameras, in between shoots. Here’s some cool stuff from Off The Wall, yesterday morning. Enjoy Sean


More storm surf on the north shore, but a few more ridable waves too

My wife dawn patrols. Lane‘s usually down at WQS surf event starting there tomorrow and the surfers would want to be getting their practice in. I wasn’t wrong either. There was a healthy crew of surfers all over it, many of them getting caught inside by solid left handers from the west as well as […]


Good times on the north shore

Wow, it’s been so spectacularly beautiful here on the north shore. Such beautiful glassy conditions with pretty consistent 3-5 foot waves. The amazing thing this year is the complete absence so far of traveling surfers. Just a handful of local surfers at any given spot. This must be about as close to the old days […]


The North Shore in Black and White – exhibition print sales

“I want to see more of my pictures in your hands”..


Wipeout of a lifetime

We had our first real day of solid swell for the season, 2 days ago. It was easily the best opening day for Pipeline that I’ve seen. relentless swell through out the night moved a great deal of the sand before daylight, although there was still some pretty heavy backwash and wobble happening out in […]


Perfect conditions here on the north shore

We are even expecting a big swell in another day or two.