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Life at Sea

 

Sonke Johnsen, Justin Marshall, and Mark Hooper blue-water diving in the Bahamas (photo by Mark Schrope)

 

Pilot Phil Santos in the Johnson-Sea-Link submersible (photo by Edith Widder)

 

Sonke Johnsen collecting zooplankton in the Bahamas (photo by Mark Schrope)

 



Short pre-dive squall in the Bahamas

 



Edith Widder working to repair the Eye-in-the-Sea, while squashed in the back of the scuba locker (photo by Erika Raymond)

 

Concern while watching the rough recovery of the Eye-in-the-Sea (photo by Mark Schrope)

Edith Widder's Eye-in-the-Sea about 1500' below the surface in the Bahamas (photo by Mark Schrope)

 

Tied up in Galveston Harbor during Hurricane Katrina

 

Alison Sweeney inverted through the lens of the humboldt squid (Doscidicus gigas)

 

Inside of rear chamber of the Johnson-Sea-Link submersible (photo by Lloyd Trueblood)

 

Justin Marshall with polarization-imaging video camera (photo by Mark Schrope)

 

Returning from a blue-water scuba dive in the Bahamas (photo by Mark Hooper)

 

loading small boat for a Scuba dive in the Bahamas (photo by Mark Schrope)

 

Sunset in the Bahamas

 

Last night of "Deep Scope 2007" cruise (photo by Mark Schrope)

 

Crab guarding a crab trap at 1000' below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico (photo by Tammy Frank)

 

Jamie Baldwin checking her collection jars after a dive in the Bahamas (photo by Mark Schrope)

 

(unless otherwise specificed, all photographs by Sonke Johnsen; contact for rights)

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