Waves are caused by the perpetual motion of the water in the ocean. This is partly brought about by the tides. There are waves along the beach that are gentle and simply lap up againsRead moret the shore. Then again, there are waves that reach a hundred feet up in the air and can cause severe damage and destruction. These kinds of waves appear during a hurricane. Photowall pays tribute to this amazing product of fluid dynamics in its wonderful collection of waves wall murals. These splendid images depict the behavior of these waves from the tranquil to the downright frightening. Display a few of these waves wall murals in the living room of your home and watch as it gives the space an exotic and carefree quality. Your friends and loved ones who frequent this area will feel as though they are on a sun-drenched beach, surrounded by coconut trees, listening to the gentle crashing of these waves on the shore. They will not want to leave this part of your home with these waves wall murals all around them. Turn your home into a virtual island paradise with these remarkable waves wall murals on every wall. They are a surefire hit every time.

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But waves are not just a product of fluid dynamics. In philosophy, they are a metaphor for the cresting and falling of all things in this universe. They represent the building momentum of the elements, their apogee, and their depletion as well. Photowall tips its hat off to this amazing physical wonder with “Great Wave, Katsushika Hokusai”, “Waves Pattern”, and “White Sand Beach” in its wide collection of waves wall murals. These images showcase a few artist’s renderings of waves as they interpret them in their minds. Position a few of these waves wall murals in your recreational den to make it look like a faraway, exotic beach somewhere in the Caribbean. Playtime will never be more fun with these waves wall murals on the walls. Another place these waves wall murals would look awesome is in your lounging areas. Place a reclining beach chair in place of your old chaise lounge and feel as though you’re sunbathing in the tropics. Pair it with a freezing margarita and you’re on your way to a perfect vacation without ever having to leave the confines of your home. These waves wall murals can take you there.

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On many beaches all throughout the world, one of the most celebrated uses for waves is for the sport of surfing. Every year, thousands of surfers gather on the shores of the most popular beaches to hold championship competitions as to who is the best rider of the waves in the world. The beaches of Hawaii, Indonesia, Australia, and Thailand are but a few that are known for having the perfect waves for this sport. Photowall salutes this breathtaking athletic endeavor with “Surfing”, “Surfing Jaws”, and “Surfer Carving Top of Wave”, in its fine line of waves wall murals. These images show us some of the more adventurous surfers applying their skill on top of the most exciting waves on the planet. These waves wall murals would look especially good in the sleeping areas and play nooks of your children. Notice how they will flock to these images and begin to ask you questions about this exhilarating sport. Use these waves mall murals as a fine teaching tool to educate them about protecting our oceans for future generations. These waves wall murals can instill in your kids a love for the world around them.

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When the humidity and temperatures drop in the ocean, and the cold front clashes with the warm easterlies, the perfect elements for a typhoon or a hurricane are in the making. As soothing and tranquil as waves can be, they can sometimes also become one of the most awesome and destructive forces in existence. In a full gale force hurricane, waves can reach a height of up to one hundred feet and reach speeds of up to one hundred miles per hour. These sorts of waves are capable of sinking oil tankers and giant merchant vessels. If they make their way, uninterrupted to shore, the damage they can cause to human life and property is incalculable. In the film The Perfect Storm, the true story is told of one of the most destructive hurricanes in human history. Three cyclones in the Atlantic converged and fed off each other’s power to create one superstorm. All the while, a small swordfish-catching vessel called the Andrea Gail and its crew of seven fishermen were left to battle these insurmountable natural forces out on the open sea. These are but a few of the amazing characteristics that these waves possess.
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