David Burdeny is a Canadian photographer with degrees in Interior Design and a Masters of Architecture. He began taking photographs at a young age and is primarily self taught. The bulk of his work is concerned with capturing the relationship between the sky, horizon and the water. He refers to these scenes as thresholds and often "uses unusually long exposures to see that which our eyes can not" (Burdeny). The images are taken all over the globe, however, Burdeny attempts "to communicate a universality or homogeneity in these disparate locations" (Burdeny).
These are a few of my favorites.