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Deep Blue : the Extraordinary Underwater Photography of Yasuaki Kagii

Deep Blue : the Extraordinary Underwater Photography of Yasuaki Kagii

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Magical and mysterious, the ocean’s depths are often compared to outer space. Photographer Yasuaki Kagii draws on this comparison throughout this remarkable celebration of the world beneath the waves. Through the eye of his camera, Kagii leads us into nearly uncharted territory, inhabited by seemingly alien flora and fauna of stellar beauty. His experience and reverence for aquatic life afford him privileged interaction with everything from shy marine mammals to the elusive, endangered Whale Shark. Many of the sights Kagii captured only a few years ago no longer exist?making Deep Blue both a tribute to the ocean and an urgent call for its conservation.


Magical and mysterious, the ocean&;s depths are often compared to outer space. Photographer Yasuaki Kagii draws on this comparison throughout this remarkable celebration of the world beneath the waves. Through the eye of his camera, Kagii leads us into nearly uncharted territory, inhabited by seemingly alien flora and fauna of stellar beauty. His experience and reverence for aquatic life afford him privileged interaction with everything from shy marine mammals to the elusive, endangered Whale Shark. Many of the sights Kagii captured only a few years ago no longer exist&;making Deep Blue both a tribute to the ocean and an urgent call for its conservation.



Perseus Publishing
Magical and mysterious, the ocean s depths are often compared to outer space. Photographer Yasuaki Kagii draws on this comparison throughout this remarkable celebration of the world beneath the waves. Through the eye of his camera, Kagii leads us into nearly uncharted territory, inhabited by seemingly alien flora and fauna of stellar beauty. His experience and reverence for aquatic life afford him privileged interaction with everything from shy marine mammals to the elusive, endangered Whale Shark. Many of the sights Kagii captured only a few years ago no longer exist--making Deep Blue

both a tribute to the ocean and an urgent call for its conservation.



Gardners
From the water's surface to depths beyond natural light, this is a journey through inner marine space, inhabited by seemingly alien flora and fauna of stellar beauty.

Publisher: London : Goodman, 2008
ISBN: 9781847960023
1847960022
Branch Call Number: 779.9551 KAGII KAGII

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