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We’re excited to have an image selected for National Geographic’s current exhibit touring the country of The Greatest Photographs of the West. This exhibit will show at 10 museums around the country and a companion book will also be published. To learn more about the exhibit and where they are showing, please visit their site […]
Here is one of our covers for the year…from Territory Ahead. It was taken on San Miguel Island, one of The Channel Islands off the coast of Santa Barbara, California. It was an amazing day where the fog cleared enough to illuminate the white sand beaches on this wild island. We hiked up to the […]
Here is a blog post titled “Diving Here is Like Swimming in an Aquarium” that I wrote and was published by Nautilus Explorer on their blog. Of course, I included a few photos below too! The boiler today proved once again that diving here can be like swimming in an aquarium. We entered the […]
Here’s a selection of both galapagos and silky sharks from our Revillagigedo Islands trip with Nautilus Explorer.
We’re just home from an epic scuba diving trip down to the Revillagigedo Islands and the Sea of Cortez with the Nautilus Explorer. These deserted and far away islands including Socorro, San Benedicto, and Roca Partida are about 250 miles off the tip of Baja, or 30 hours by boat. The islands are volcanic in […]
Our copy of the 2011 Calendar for GEO just arrived in the mail and it is beautiful! It’s shiny and oversized, about 20 inches x 18 inches. GEO is a European monthly magazine similar to National Geographic Magazine and we work with the German version. We have photos for both January and August in between […]
James’ shot of this lovable clownfish and anemone was published recently in a German magazine called Hoerzu Wissen. Most people think of Nemo when they see it. Here’s what James said about the photo: “The clownfish photo was taken in the Solomon Islands on a reef named Velvia Reef. The photo was taken at night […]