Eyes of A Lagos Boy, below sea level, amazing photos (Updated)

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Crescent-tail bigeye,Priacanthus hamrur, Indian Ocean
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Masked Butterfly Fish, Red Sea Egypt

The ocean is the lifeblood of Earth, covering more than 70 percent of the planet’s surface, driving weather, regulating temperature, and ultimately supporting all living organisms. Throughout history, the ocean has been a vital source of sustenance, transport, commerce, growth, and inspiration.

Yet for all of our reliance on the ocean, 95 percent of this realm remains unexplored, unseen by human eyes. Much remains to be learned about the mystery of the Ocean.

However, the advancement in Science and Technology has taken man deeper and more is being known about the species of the ocean on a daily basis. The five percent identified so far has been encouraging, giving Humanity an evolving and developmental  view of Marine life.

Below are the photos of my encounter down there… Let’s enjoy them together..

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Banded Butterfly Fish, Gulf of Oman.
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Masked Puffer Fish, Red Sea Egypt
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Snappers School Fish, Gulf of Oman
Love from down under, Indian Ocean
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Unexploded Artillery Shells, Red Sea Egypt
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Sea Horse, Gulf of Oman
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Tiera Bat Fish Red Sea Egypt
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Peace Down There. Gulf of Oman

Corals of Indian Ocean
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Hawk Bill Sea Turtle, Red Sea Egypt.
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Perfectly Aligned Sea Urchins, Gulf of Oman
Underwater, Indian Ocean… Kenya

Toilets and Bidets Too.

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Murray Eel, Gulf of Oman

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More Shells and Stuff, Red Sea, Egypt


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Yellow Bar Maculosus, Gulf of Oman


Below Sea Level (Amazing Photos)

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Spotted Murray Eel, Gulf of Oman

Enjoy the short video below:

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Bolaji Alonge is an artist, international photographer, actor and journalist from Lagos, Nigeria. His visual language speaks of the wonders of nature and human exchange, urban culture and searches for historical continuity in a world that is sometimes heavily fractured. He is also a globetrotter who has travelled around the world during the last decade documenting exotic culture and history. In May 2017, Bolaji organized his “Eyes of a Lagos Boy” photo exhibition at the prestigious Freedom Park in Lagos.

His second solo exhibition “Urban Culture – Historical Continuity” was held at One Draw Gallery, Ikoyi, Lagos in November 2018, establishing Bolaji’s brand of photography to a new audience, receiving great reviews from artists and art lovers worldwide.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bolaji_Alonge

-Bolaji Alonge  

 Photos by: ARL  for awefirm.org

@National Ocean Service

Awefirm © All Rights Reserved.

Updated, Jan. 2019

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