in Get Extreme Pictures Inside Waves by Clark Little June 2, 2010 By admin 2 comments We’ve decided to add an extra Tourism on the Edge category called “photos on the edge”. We think the “Inside Waves” photos from Clark Little make for an excellent first post of this kind. Enjoy! amazing nature photosClark LittlePhotos on the edgePictures Inside Waves Previous Post Norfolk Island, a Remote Place of Scenic Views June 2, 2010 Next Post Wingsuit Flying, a Thrilling, Unbelievable Experience June 2, 2010 You Might Also Like Top 10 Unusual Ways to Practice Skydiving January 12, 2011 Sandboarding, a Rush of Adrenaline Filling Up Arid Spaces March 20, 2012 Playful and Adventurous: Swing at the End of the World December 13, 2013 2 Comments Reply 10 Outstanding Photos Inside Glaciers by Eric Guth | Tourism On The Edge June 14, 2012 at 5:34 pm […] “Having spent years photographing glaciers from every possible vantage point (on top of, around, and in), I have learned that while the process of glacial formation is the same worldwide, every glacier is different,” he says. “Entering a glacier in Switzerland can reveal formations, temperatures and colors completely different than ones in Patagonia for example. For that matter, the ice conditions can change from cave to cave even on the same glacier!” [be sure to also check out our post Photos Inside Waves by Clark Little] […] Reply 11 Best Beach Destinations in Europe for Traveling on a Budget | Tourism On The Edge February 21, 2013 at 9:33 pm […] the adventurers, we suggest a small trip nearby, up to Gabbiani, where you can practice surfing, or windsurfing. You can arrive to Gabbiani, a small floating island, by crossing a bridge from […] What do you think? Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Sign me up for the newsletter!