California photographer Jeff Divine has been photographing the sport of surfing for decades. In 1981, he became the photo editor at Surfer Magazine. During his time at the publication he took photos of some of the most famous and talented surfers in the world. Below are photos from both California and Hawaii he in ’80s.
Join the Gyre Expedition for a close-up look at how garbage impacts our planet. This team of scientists, artists, and educators journeyed into the Alaskan wild this summer to study and gather marine debris. What they collected will become part of a 2014 traveling exhibit that seeks to bring the environmental harm of trash into perspective.
The world beneath the ocean often looks like an alien planet.
It’s a well-known fact that the majority of an iceberg lies below the surface — but just as stealthily hidden are their fascinating qualities. Traveling the seas, teeming with life, and sometimes even making a noise called “bergie seltzer,” there’s so much more than meets the eye. Camille Seaman gives homage to these icy isles.
Look and see what exactly is lurking in the oceans. And why is the ocean itself is surprising and dangerous.
When most people think of the ocean they probably imagine whales, dolphins, sharks, and other normal things. As you get deeper beneath the waves, however, the water gets darker, the temperature drops, and the creatures get more and more bizarre. Don’t believe us? Check out the 25 craziest looking sea creatures of the deep.