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Photo of the Day: Beneath the Vortex Photo by Ray Collins (Sydney, Australia); O& Hawaii, USA

"Photographer @raycollinsphoto captures the moody ocean at daybreak

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Ocean-Wave-Mood-Photographer captures the moody ocean at daybreak-Australian photographer Ray Collins pulls himself out of bed in the early hours, while the darkness still falls heavy outside. Mashable: By Luke Leonard


In his book Found at Sea, Australian photographer Ray Collins got passionated by waves since he got his first camera in 2007 and he started taking pictures of h

Moth on tree bark. No, it's Mothra (not to be confused with Mithra) and it is flying into Japan for lunch.

This beautiful moth. I want to see that in something polymer.maybe an acrylic piece with a rendition of that moth.

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I'm an avid scuba diver. Ever the domain of the wealthy, scuba diving required both access to the ocean and a shite ton of money for travel & equipment. Not really having any of it, this awesome hobby just kinda passed me by.

Deep Sea Siphonophore: a Creature Made of Creatures

rare, purple siphonophore roving through the ocean’s depths. Even the experienced deep sea explorers, well-acquainted with the marine animals, had a hard time accepting that what they were seeing was really real.


Rainbows on the Water, Pacifica, California Ke mana /God's promise on one of the mightiest forces of the earth

Photographer Ray Collins Sees Waves The Way You've NEVER Seen Them : huffpost

Photographer Sees Waves The Way You've NEVER Seen Them

Ray Collins, photographer: Light refracts through the curves of a breaking wave. (New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, July Nikon Smithsonian-Photo-Contest-Wave