A riderless surfboard soars above a massive wave on Peahi, a surf break on Maui’s north shore. This image was captured during the Pe’ahi Challenge, a big-wave surfing event. Peahi, also known as Jaws, “is a spectacle in the truest sense of the word, with waves up to 80 [feet tall] on the biggest days,” photographer Lyle Krannichfeld says. “This particular frame stood out to me because of the splash of color from the board and the questions it raises for the viewer.”
Reblogged from National Geographic


From the bottom up

This reads negatively from the top down, but reads very differently from the bottom up. 

Sometimes we need to pause long enough to look back and see how far God has brought us in order to gain the correct perspective.