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Photographer Kiah Beruldsen
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RELATED COVERAGE:Tathra Wharf to Waves a ‘spectacular’ day PhotosTathra Wharf to Wave winners both young championsTathra Wharf to Waves highlights safety as priorityTHE two winners of the Tathra Wharf to Waves main race received a special gift to remind them of the ocean, courtesy of a local photographer.
Kiah Beruldsen was behind the two framed pictures awarded to each of the female and male winners of the 1200 metre Tathra Beach Real Estate Splash for Cash.
After a friend asked him to donate the two photographs, he said he "thought it would be quite an honour" to do so.
"I took the opportunity as I’ve always admired the other sculptures used as prizes in the Wharf to Waves," Mr Beruldsen said.
His photographs were of the surf one golden tinted and one natural
cheap ray ban outlet taken inside a curling wave.
The 22 year old has a strong love of the ocean, which features prominently in his work.
"I was a photographer for two years before I found that niche," he said.
"It was around the same time that I started surfing."
Although he takes many photographs of it, he said he couldn’t describe why he is drawn to the ocean.
"I just love it does things you don’t expect it to do, it’s ever changing," he said.
"Which means it is quite good to photograph as you never get the same image."
Mr Beruldsen is currently studying his teaching degree, and said while he would love to make his career to do with photography it is a bit competitive, but fortunately he loves to teach so will continue taking pictures on the side.
To view Kiah Beruldsen’s photography, visit his Facebook page.
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