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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.”

5 years, 7 months ago Comments Off on Finding New Life on Dead Oil Rigs

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 […]

9 years, 11 months ago Comments Off on Territory Ahead Cover Photo- Turner Forte Photography

Outside Magazine’s 2010 Wall Calendar, Turner Forte Photography

Outside Magazine picked up James’s shot for their 2010 Wall Calendar.  Pick one up and in June of next year, a curious sea lion will be staring you in the face!  Happy Holidays to all!

11 years, 11 months ago Comments Off on Outside Magazine’s 2010 Wall Calendar, Turner Forte Photography

What would you do?

This was a pretty mind blowing experience!  We were out boating in the Santa Barbara Channel and these humpback whales surfaced right next to us.  Thanks to our friend, Todd Crawford, who shot this video! Let us know what you would do??!! [quicktime width=”320″ height=”280″]http://turnerforte.com/BlogImages/Humpbacks_ToddCrawford.mov[/quicktime]

13 years, 3 months ago Comments Off on What would you do?
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