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Wave Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 934 pictures in our Wave collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Featured Print

Portreath - wave breaks over pier in storm

Portreath - wave breaks over pier in storm
Cornwall - UK
David Chapman
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

© David Chapman /

Action, Atmospheric, Breaks, Britain, Coast, Coastal, Cornish, Cornwall, Country Side, Earth And Environment, Europe, European, Geography, Landscape, Movemen T, P Ier, Picturesque, Piers, Portreath, Power, Rural, Scen Ic, Scene, Sea, Shore, Spectacular, Splash, Storm, Strength, Surf, Uk, United Kingdom, V Iew, Vista, Wall Water, Water, Wave, Waves, Weather, Weather Conditions, West Country

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Rough seas at d'Ar-Men lighthouse during Storm 'Ruth', Ile de Sein, Armorique

Rough seas at d'Ar-Men lighthouse during Storm 'Ruth', Ile de Sein, Armorique Regional Park. Iles du Ponant, Finistere, Brittany, France, Iroise Sea. 8th February 2014.
France, Bretagne, Finistere, Mer d'Iroise, Iles du Ponant, Parc Naturel Regional d'Armorique, Ile de Sein, Chaussee de Sein, phare d'Ar-Men lors de la tempete 'Ruth' le 8 fevrier 2014.


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Newton's Opticks with colour Spectrum

Opticks by the English physicist and mathematician Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), published in 1704 with a colour spectrum produced by a prism projected across the title page. This work was based on Newton's own experimental investigations into the behaviour of light. In Opticks he discussed topics such as the refraction of light by prisms and the rings of coloured light formed between a lens and a mirror in contact with each other (later termed Newton's rings). In Isaac Newton's time, it was believed that white light was colourless, and that the prism itself produced the colour. Newton's experiments convinced him that all the colours already existed in the light in a heterogeneous fashion, and that "corpuscles" (particles) of light were fanned out because particles with different colours travelled with different speeds through the prism.