Last month, strong storms swept across Lake Erie with temperatures of 28 degrees Fahrenheit and winds gusting upwards of 60 mph.
These extreme weather conditions created furious waves that look like enormous mountains. Awesome nature photography by Dave Sandford.
This new photographe series by Dave Sandford immortalizes the brief moments of suspension as waves rise to their peak, just before crashing back into the water.
This time of year the Great Lakes are similar to swelling oceans due to stormy weather.
The photographe faced temperatures as low as 28 degrees Fahrenheit and winds gusting upwards of 60 mph.
These waves move and explode so quickly.
It is pretty difficult to capture that perfect moment where it builds into that mini-mountain.