ok, well I truely am! So I’ve been looking at some lovely tropical underwater shots across the net… I thought I’d share the links with you too!
NatGeo’s list of underwater Photos of the Year.
Need shopping ideas for the underwater photography lover in your life? Environmental charity Bite-Back has launched it’s 2011 calender. This uses images from David Doubilet, Doug Perrine, Brian Skerry, Eric Cheng and Alex Mustard amongst others to remind us on a daily basis what is at stake if we carry on overfishing the world’s oceans. http://wetpixel.com/i.php/full/bite-back-launches-2011-calender/
My buddy Julian has been on the Ambon night saffari and moved on to Raja Ampat now… I enjoy his blog & lovely photos here: http://juliancohen.wordpress.com/
The Northern California Underwater Photographic Society (NCUPS) has announced the winners of the SEA 2010 International Photo and Video Competition winning images can be seen here: http://www.ncups.org/sea.html
Into your sea slugs? Or just generally love great u/w photography – check out Tony Wu’s blog here
other weird creatures… Phil Sokols Ambon photos
and finally some great underwater sets from some of my recent flickr contacts:
and last but not least a link to my own underwater photos
This week’s Photo Friday entry: ’Reflect’
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With all the hoo-hah of the Popes visit in London at the moment I thought this photo would fit the theme nicely.
Check out other photos in my Misc Macro Gallery.
See all the other photo Friday entries (and submit your own) for ‘Reflect’ here.
If you like my photo (below) for the theme of ‘White Wall’ then please consider voting for it here: http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/1722261/
This is for the 1st project of the #TOGether flickr group. You can see the others in the group pool with the tag of WhiteWall. Thanks to all those that have voted for me so far
Mucking around with a desk lamp a camera and some lego
Have recently joined a flickr group of twitter phoptographers and the first project is white wall. I think this one will be my final take on it: