We have a dense concentration of phytoplankton algae along our beaches called Red Tide. The single-celled protists can be seen and dark red blotches just off shore. At night if you can find a parking space at the beach you will see the neon like glow of the waves as the Red Tide is stirred up and the phytoplankton give off a flash of illumination with their photosynthetic pigment. Some algal blooms on the Pacific coast have also been linked to occurrences of large-scale climatic oscillations but no one can fully explain these events.
(4) 1 year ago
This was a well-deserved trip after months from being pinned down with injuries. Mike Uriell and I dusted off our cameras and lenses, charged batteries, packed bags and jumped in my vehicle and headed out. We left late in...
ALMOST UW BIRTH
(3) 1 year ago
This turned out to be a great Father's Day in the pool. My assistant, Jana, called me and said she had a friend about to give birth to their second child and wanted underwater photos of her and it...
(4) 1 year ago
While getting ready for the summer swimming pool photo shoots, Jana Craciunescu, trainer and costume designer, Wanted to test out her newest outfit. Her husband, Cosmin, Took the opportunity to jump in the water with his...
READY FOR BIRTH
(0) 1 year ago
Chelsea Bartholow decided this is going to be her last child. With two daughters waiting for the newborn daughter/sister she decided to have the pre-birth photographed underwater. My assistant and partner in this project, Jana...