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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

Waves

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.

AWESOME

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

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