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Wind-blown wave breaking in Hawaii Framed Print
Breaking wave. View of a wind-blown wave (comber) breaking as it nears the shore. Photographed at Waimea Bay, Oahu, Hawaii, USA. Such waves are popular with surfers in this part of the world.

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Wind-blown wave breaking in Hawaii Framed Print

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