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.
UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY 2018
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I am doing it again, the third year in the pool photographing models, children, and other stuff. It started in 2916 with soldiers like Hai Nguyen, learning how to photograph underwater, then a wedding photographer, Ciprian Pacurar...
OneEyeland Winning images
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I have been fortunate to have seven BxW images in the OneEyeland Black&White Photographers 2018 Photo Contest in categories covering Fashion, Abstract, Portrait, Landscapes and Fine Art.
Three of them are Bronze winners and the rest...
BEHIND THE STORM
(1) 2 months ago
March 4th, 2018. Just after the storm passed over the Sierra Nevada mountains Mike Uriell and I departed San Diego at 1 am in the rain to get to the Alabama Hills in Owens Valley and arrive for the sunrise...
2018 WINTER WAVES
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After a Summer and Fall with very small waves to no surf at all, a few winter storms have pushed into the central and southern coast of California. The low tides have been fun to explore the reefs but the...