We may still be battling the last vestiges of gloomy weather but we are finding solace in Mark Tipple's photography. In "The Underwater Project," the photographer captures subjects beneath the ocean's surface, consumed by the whirling salt, waves and foam.
In an email to The Huffington Post, the Australian photographer writes, "Sydney's Bronte Beach is just around the corner from the infamous Bondi, and it's where I made most of the underwater photographs." He relayed the difficulties of shooting the series, writing, "Heavy breaking waves create the most graphic underwater explosions but also create the sediment which can make the image cloudy."
See Tipple's summery photographs in the slideshow below and check out some beach-centric works by Martin Parr to experience endless summer.