She floats, slips through,with such force unknown to mankind.
Spray of fear with undefined depths, still mother of many, home of million's.
Refugee filled with garbage and sunken history, on a road to other worlds,along with the current flow.
Wind blows as her best mate or feared enemy, but always with such freedom, seldom seen.
In the sixth grade of elementary school I was asked which animal I would like to be. A “seagle” I answered frankly If they asked me again now I would pick the seagle again, but then one with a photo camera. Because then I wouldn’t have to rent a helicopter. The sea and the water have always played an important role in my life. With a father as seapilot and passionate sailor, a mother that made the best pancakes ever on board and a brother as best mate. At the age of 15 I went to South Africa to sail the oceans from there. I have visited, seen and photographed a lot of country’s. Throughout the years I also worked as a cameraman. The vibrant life in the world port of Rotterdam or the serene roughness on the Hebrides, it fascinates me enormously. This probably has everything to do with what us humans and animals moves on the water. Ton sondag Nautical Photographer
Chayenne Published February 24, 2012
Portugal 2011 Published December 13, 2011
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Witte Raaf Published December 04, 2010
André 50 Published December 04, 2010