Posted by Jeffrey Milisen on Sunday, December 30, 2012,
For the most part, the ocean is a vast pit full of a fat lot of nothing. How much nothing? If you set sail from California on a straight path at a cruising speed of 12 mph, you might not hit land or see anything of interest for 22 days. Underwater is a lot of the same. When working on an open ocean aquaculture project where we dived in the middle of the ocean twice per day for months on end, most of the dives were in deep, unbroken, gin-clear blue water. I spent hours looking at nothing...
Posted by Jeffrey Milisen on Tuesday, November 27, 2012,
There is a saying that goes “Never meet your heroes.” The idea is that your heroes only seem invincible because you don’t know their dirty secrets and character flaws. So when I noticed that National Geographic’s premiere shark photographer Daniel Botelho was in town, I reluctantly suggested we should go find some sharks. His photos depicting oceanic whitetips and white sharks are of incomparable caliber, but it was his shots from Tiger Beach that really impressed on me. After spe...