Under the Waves

"Under the Waves" by photographer Christopher Markisz. Waves of fog roll over a neighborhood in Mill Valley, California, as seen from the top of Mount Tamaulipas.

“Under the Waves” by photographer Christopher Markisz. Waves of fog roll over a neighborhood in Mill Valley, California, as seen from the top of Mount Tamaulipas.

This watercolor-like scene is “Under the Waves” by photographer Christopher Markisz. His caption: “Waves of fog roll over a neighborhood in Mill Valley, California, as seen from the top of Mount Tamaulipas.”

The photo is one of hundreds of entries in National Geographic’s 2016 Nature Photographer of the Year competition. The deadline for entries is November 4.

This happens to be one of my favorites but you can browse all the entries in this year’s competition on the NatGeo website and “like” your favorites if you wish. Photos under the “wallpapers” tab are downloadable as wallpaper for your computer, tablet, or phone.

 



Categories: Photography

7 replies

  1. I can see why it’s a favourite; stunning photo.

  2. Hey, I just came across your post, this is my photo, I really appreciate the comments and support! -Chris

    • Hi, Chris. This is a really fascinating photo. I keep saying “photo” but my eyes keep saying “painting.” I’ve always loved fog but rarely see it where I’ve lived (mostly the plains). And I’ve never seen it flowing over the hills like this.

      Good luck in the competition!

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