London photographer Dave Sandford doing photography from last 18 years. He is a professional sports photographer. Dave always passionate about Oceans and Lakes. Recently he captured Lake Erie, which is 4th largest lake. Lake Erie is 388km in length and approximately 92km across. It is also the shallowest of the Great Lakes, with an average depth of 62’ and the maximum depth of 210’. Lake Erie’s name originates from a native tribe who called the lake “Erige” (“cat”) due to the unpredictable and at times dangerously violent nature.

Dave spent 4 weeks (2-3 days a week and 6 hours a day) to shot these below photographs. He used Canon 1Dx body, 400mm & 70-200mm  lenses, protected from the elements by Aquatech sport’s housing and sport’s shield gear. Follow Dave from below links.

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