No No landscape is more synonymous with Florida than the ocean and its coastlines. For photographer Clifford Ross, this scene is a source of ample inspiration, both in its beauty and its wrath. “Clifford Ross: Waves,” on view at the Boca Raton Museum of Art beginning November 5, presents a major overview of his images of waves, which he first started exploring as a subject in the mid-1990s. In addition to capturing their tranquility, Ross is interested in their cataclysmic power. For his “Hurricane” series, he ventures into the water during stormy weather to photograph waves in their most volatile and destructive states. This persistence to get the shot is emblematic of Ross’ entire career and his passion for pioneering techniques and technology that allow him to present nature in all its glory. In 2002, he patented a camera that produces some of the highest-resolution landscape images ever. He’s also advanced means of creating computer-based videos; an example of that work, “Digital Waves,” will be included in his solo show at the Boca Museum, as well as a site-specific installation of waves printed on wood panels.