Category : ocean life photography

20 of the Most Incredible Underwater Photos Ever Taken by Readers Digest

20 of the Most Incredible Underwater Photos Ever Taken by Readers Digest

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NRDC in Latin America talks landscapes and wildlife.

NRDC in Latin America talks landscapes and wildlife.

Complete article here  

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Spying on whales Television show on ABC uses our Whale Fluke for advert online.

Spying on whales Television show on ABC uses our Whale Fluke for advert online.

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Warming Oceans May Make ‘Nemo’ Harder to Find

Warming Oceans May Make ‘Nemo’ Harder to Find

    National Geographic online used one of our mages in this article on warming oceans. You can read the article here: https://news.nationalgeographic.com  Warming Oceans May Make ‘Nemo’ Harder to Find Visit our ocean life portfolio o see more great underwater images.

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lonely planet Top 10 experiences in St Lucia

lonely planet Top 10 experiences in St Lucia

Courtney in St. lucia One of the bet places to dive in the Caribbean. read the article here

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Finding New Life on Dead Oil Rigs

Finding New Life on Dead Oil Rigs

When an oil rig is decommissioned, fish see an opportunity for a new home. UCSB biologist, Milton Love, has led a research team conducting and exploring the potential for oil platforms to have a new life after their retirement, or “rigs to reefs.”

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Shades of shamu Photographer: James Forte/National Geographic

Shades of shamu Photographer: James Forte/National Geographic

BloomberMarkets uses one of James Breaching Humpback whale photos from Alaska. You can license images of whales from Alaska from us or National Geographic Images.

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Top 10 experiences in St Lucia by Lonely Planet

Top 10 experiences in St Lucia by Lonely Planet

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National Geographic 125th Anniversary

National Geographic 125th Anniversary

In good company James photo of a Sperm Whale underwater made the list. National Geographic 125th Anniversary: Afghan Refugee, Jane Goodall and other Stunning Photographs [PHOTOS] By Staff Reporter January 19, 2013 07:16 GMT The National Geographic Society (NGS), one of the world’s largest educational and scientific organisations, celebrated a gigantic landmark recently – a […]

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Territory Ahead Cover Photo- Turner Forte Photography

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 […]

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