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Despite 71% of planet Earth being water, we know more about our galaxy than we do about the oceans within the only planet we can call our home. However, what we know is vast enough for a wall of ocean photography prints, a simple grid pattern behind your living room couch, or any other interior décor idea.
Lorenzo Sandoval's oceanwall art is a cut above the rest. It features sea in every shade of blue, cliffs with jutting and smooth edges, coves of every size and shape, and a lot of diversity overall. While these ocean photo prints have something different to offer, they all have the power to elevate your home on this planet's meager land surface.
Browse the following ocean photography prints; complement them with your unique décor and finalize your purchase. Adorn your wall with Lorenzo's fine oceanart from the comfort of your home!
Welcome to my collection of ocean photography prints. This section is dedicated to beautiful ocean landscapes that I have been fortunate enough to visit and capture. Ocean photography is some of my favorite nature to take photos of. Oceans span over 70% of the Earth’s surface, something that is easy to forget when we live on land. It’s especially easy to forget if we are land-locked and don’t see the ocean daily. Many people feel in-tune and at home by looking at the ocean. They feel connected to our home, to mother nature. It’s a powerful sensation that I wanted to capture.
With my collection of ocean photography, you can bring the peace and connection to nature right to your home. I travel and select the most beautiful waters to photograph, with the intent of having the picture come to life. Each photo is a moment in time, as seen through the lens of my camera. I often wait for hours on various shorelines to capture a single moment of ocean photography that you now see here displayed in my collection. Each picture is taken with thoughtfulness of what it is capturing, what I am feeling, and what you as the viewer may feel upon looking at it.
Having ocean photography in your home brings a sense of calm and serene beauty to your interior design. Whether you opt for azure blue waters with refracted shimmers of sunlight, white sand beaches sprinkled with palm trees that make you feel as though you could step into the photo and be on vacation, or deep blue endless seascapes - all of my ocean photography will resonate differently. It’s truly a gift to be able to look at a photo and feel a variety of inspiration, admiration, longing and even nostalgia.
I am grateful for what I get to do. Days spent looking out at the ocean split into two shades of blue, watching painting-like clouds roll by, or a person, or a sailboat…it’s incredible. It’s watching art in live-motion and waiting for the perfect moment to capture and share with you. It’s something I take great pride in. Nothing is quite as calming or surreal as the ocean and capturing ocean photography with the intent of high-quality art.
I take great care, planning and time in capturing these ocean photography photos for you to display in your home. One of the most amazing parts of photography is the way a photo can resonate differently with every person who sees it. What I was feeling waiting on the shoreline, dock, or nearby sands capturing the photo may be entirely different than what you feel viewing it on my site or hung on your wall. As long as you feel, that is my goal. If you have additional questions about my ocean photography section, please reach out to me and I would be happy to discuss.
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