Photographer / Michael Hutchings
The sea is a wild place. Riptides, undercurrents, forests teeming with sharks.
And yet, every day we merrily throw ourselves at its mercy, with nothing more than a board between us and briny oblivion. Often even less. As often as possible, nothing at all.
Perhaps we yearn to return to our naked origins, those primordial creatures, long before we slithered out of the salty mud and got legs and ears and bad credit ratings.
Soothing undulation, blissful cool, unknowable depths. Space to free the mind and unburden the body. And check out some hotties in their natural habitat.