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    Blue Blubber Jellyfish from "Sea": Mark Laita’s breathtaking photos of sea animals.

  • Amanda Baugh

    I love jelly fish. Blue Blubber Jellyfish from "Sea": Mark Laita’s breathtaking photos of sea creatures

  • Valerie Swift

    Photographer Mark Laita captures the plentiful patterns and beautifully vibrant colors of marine life that can be found submerged in the oceans in his ongoing series of animal portraits.

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    Blue Blubber Jellyfish | Mark Laita, from his fascinating book entitled, "Sea" (Abrams). "What’s the best way to create up-close images of sea life? Photographer Mark Laita built an aquarium in his Los Angeles studio and shot more than 80 species borrowed from aquariums across the country for his new book “Sea” (Abrams)."

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