Silver Seas by Ernest H. Brooks II
Foreword by Jean-Michel Cousteau, Introduction by Peter Skinner
"Since my career began, in 1956, I've continuously searched for subjects that aesthetically bespoke man's presence underwater." So reflected Ernest H. Brooks II when asked to explain his affinity for creating stunning imagery from the primordial marine environments that so intricately connect us to our evolutionary ancestry...
In this volume, the master photographer, often referred to as the Ansel Adams of underwater photography, brings together those images that most powerfully speak to the enduring spirit of life underwater. Many of these photographs today are in the permanent collections of major museums in America and abroad.
Accompanied by his own recollections from lifetime of adventure and exploration, these magnificent silver photographs embody one man's lifetime pursuit of his art and the discovery of the true purpose of his journey - to provide the inspiration for the preservation and protection of our marine environment. Thus begins a navigation for us all, throughout the ways of the Silver Seas.
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