Have you ever wondered what it looks like in the middle of a wave? Photographer Clark Little has photographed loads of waves just like this.
The snaps show perfect arcs of wave - from a totally different angle.
This wave is caught on camera just as it splashes back into the sea.
Many of the pictures were taken at Hawaii's Waimea Bay, a famous destination for surfers around the world.
To get the shots Clark crouches on the shore or swims out with his waterproof camera.
Here he is standing in front of a massive wave which is about to break on the shoreline.
In this photograph the wave is caught in a kaleidoscope of colour as the sand and rays of sunlight mingle.
Taking on the waves for the perfect shot can be dangerous because the waves are so huge and it is only experience that stops Clarke getting hurt.
This photo shows the golden orange colour of the water mixed up with sand as it catches the sun's rays.
This is a rare photo of the 'tube' inside a massive wave.
And here's a photo being snapped in action!
Clark has dedicated much of his time to filming the world's ultimate waves and has now published his favourite shots.
Clark, from Oahu, Hawaii said: "I love the ocean - I am addicted to the waves."