Tó Mané: the hidden surf photo treasures

The photographer who has been capturing the most iconic pictures of the Nazaré waves has unveiled a new website.

Tó Mané has been surfing for more than two decades. In 1998, he decided he wanted to be a surf photographer, too.

Since then, he has been capturing stunning shots from the world's most incredible spots, be it in water or on firm land.

The Portuguese action sports photographer has been publishing his work in several specialty international magazines. He has released "Travel", a photo book, and has had his own signature exhibitions.

"Only inspiration can lead photographers to achieve perfect snapshots", Tó Mané tells us. His work is spreading through Portugal, Spain, France, England, USA, Japan, Australia, and many other countries.

Now, with his new website, Tó Mané shares his passion and his photos with the world. You can even buy famous prints starting at 0.99$.

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