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  • Patricia Allen

    underwater sea creatures

  • Christa Schadt

    Alexander Semenov is at it again with his fascinating study of underwater sea life through the photographic lens. Previously, we saw some of his colorful and vibrant jellyfish images in the series here. This time we take a look at his images from the Red Sea, a collection of photographs captured over the course of ten days of diving in the warm blue water.

  • Dana Constancia


  • Carol Bottacin

    Amazing Underwater Photography by Alexander Semenov

  • Sena Serene

    Salps (aka cute party lights!)

  • Rachel DuVall Textiles

    Marine life photography by Alexander Semenov

  • Daisy Elizabeth

    Colony of Salps Pegea Confederata by Alexander Semenov, via Behance//

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