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.
Courtney explores Sea fans in St. Lucia – Bloomberg Pursuit article here.
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.”
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 […]
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 […]
Giant Pacific Manta Rays are beautiful creatures that can be found through out the Seaof Cortez and waters off many of the islands . They glide through the ocean with grace and never fail to intrigue. Down in the Revillagigedo Islands with Nautilus Explorer, we saw a few and I captured them to show you […]
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 […]