Water II: an ode to the ocean by Morgan Maassen

Spectacular, wonderful, breathtaking, stunning, and eye-catching masterpiece dedicated to the ocean its beauty, power, and endless mystery.

Water II is a 5-minute movie filmed and put together by Morgan Maassen, a young filmmaker and photographer with a lifelong passion for the ocean and surfing. It explores the mysteries of the ocean and gives the rest of us a glimpse into the world of water.

Filmed across seven locations (Hawaii, Tahiti, Maldives, Barbados, Indonesia, Mexico, and California) Water II (sequel to “Water” film made in 2014) documents ocean wildlife in the most beautiful places in the world.

According to Morgan, this film is a result of considerable efforts and the power of being in the right place at the right time, having the camera ready, and reading the ocean while working with available light. Countless encounters with the reef, tiger sharks, sea lice, rip currents, rain squalls and many other extreme moments stayed behind the scenes but allowed him to make incredible shots, show the power of the water and create a truly immersive experience.

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