Additional footage from video below.
Ever see a surfer get tackled while inside the wave?
Check out footage by restaurant patrons of a giant rogue wave crashing through the glass windows as they eat.
A stream near a beach gets dammed by the sand each year, building a reservoir of millions of gallons of water. By digging a trench in that sand, these guys create great waves of fresh water rushing into the ocean.
Teahupoo, Tahiti is widely known throughout the world of surfing as having the most powerful break on the planet. There are certainly larger waves found breaking at other places in the world, but none that break with such impact and ferocity as found at Teahupoo.
Garrett McNamara has surfed what is considered to be the biggest wave ever. The Hawaiian big wave rider caught the huge monster in Portugal, during the ZON North Canyon Project 2011.
Waving back is the polite thing to do.
"I filmed my monitors playing a 61 hertz sine wave tone at 60fps. I expected to just see the speaker slowly move in and out, but ended up with a weird wobble effect. I believe it's because of the rolling shutter effect in DSLR cameras."
Oh man that sux! A rogue wave swept this guy away while he was filming. Wait for it...