Join me in the cold, dark, life-sustaining NE Pacific Ocean to discover the great beauty, mystery and fragility hidden there.

Submerge . . .

Come away with me . . . spend 3 minutes submerged in the shallows of the eastern North Pacific, photographing jelly species.

There is no place I’d rather be than here, learning about the richness and wonder of life in these cold waters.

With huge gratitude to Roger McDonell – underwater videographer and dive buddy supreme – for having taken this video.

 

 

 

Video taken during our weekly dive as the Top Island Econauts Dive Club.

2 Responses to “Submerge . . .”

  1. Robert Doets

    Great video Jackie! Thanks a lot for that. Those jellyfish are beautiful.

    I always find that that kelp you have in North America gives videos such a creepy atmosphere. Like a big Salmon Shark is going to zoom past your camera any minute.
    I’ve probably watched too many movies… Keep up the good work. I love your blogs!!!

    Reply
  2. Good Jacqui

    Love the roll in! beautiful video, short dive though đŸ˜‰

    Reply

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