The Reason You Can’t See to the Bottom . . . .
The 1.5 minute video below is my attempt to bring the astounding biodiversity of the cold, rich waters of the NE Pacific Ocean to the surface.
If there is one thing I hope to achieve with my photography, it is to shatter the perception that — because you can’t see to the bottom — there must not be much life in these waters.
The opposite it true.
The reason you can’t see to the bottom is because there is SO much life.
Please feel free to share the video widely. Hopefully it will enhance people feeling a connection to the ocean, wanting to undertake further conservation, and understanding what is at stake with high risk projects that worship short term-economic gain at the cost of long-term environmental devastation — like increasing tanker traffic along British Columbia’s precious coast.
Infinite thanks to Hunter Molnar Stanton for her expertise in refining this video (and yes, there is a big typo 😉 ).
4 Responses to “The Reason You Can’t See to the Bottom . . . .”
Jackie, what a great movie and a great site! I’ve posted short reviews of both on the site SEA-Media.org, the “go to” place for media about our Pacific Northwest. I’ve also added your blog to SEA-Media’s feed aggregator, so your new blogs will automatically show up there too!
John thank you so very much for this!!!
Deeply appreciate the work of SEA-Media and see the gift you have given me; amplifying the reach of what I am trying to do! http://sea-media.org/mediaitems/201208/reason-you-can-t-see-bott