Underwater! Here are the reefs of the Big Island Hawaii! It was wonderful to use and experiment with my underwater camera! It took many shots to get the view just about right, but I finally pulled it off without getting the Yellow Tangs distracting the picture! Tangs are beautiful fishies, but I didn't want yellow distractions in the underwater landscape pic. I hope it appeals to you!
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not on DA but I may use this in a final project for a computation photography class. (It's a computer science course). I'm just trying to get a big file of backgrounds and programmatically pic a few that are similar to combine into a made up panorama so it may not be seen in any finalized image. My work for the project is here: bauliercomp790proj1.web.unc.ed…; and on the side you can see other work done for the class.
Okay, you can see what I was did on that page if you want. I pulled an all nighter finishing so everything is there. I don't think this image ended up showing up in any of the finished images, but I don't remember for sure.
I like to favorite space images,but sometimes I think the oceans get neglected,and they are not fully explored,so it makes me wonder why there is not an organization equivalent to NASA exploring the oceans..
Yes,so neglected was probably the wrong word to use,however what I really meant was neglected in terms of public interest and funding to explore the oceans,and when I say explore I do not mean exploit,but you are right about the oceans being abused in that sense.