In the Deep: An Undersea Photographic Essay
The job of the artist is always to deepen the mystery.
Department of English professor Paul Kei Matsuda has taken up deep sea photography on his sojourns around the world. (Matsuda is a frequent and sought-after international speaker.) He is also a SCUBA diving instructor. Following are examples of his underwater work; for more incredible images of ocean flora and fauna visit Matsuda's Flickr page.
|A whale shark|
|A peacock mantis shrimp|
|A porcelain anemone crab|
|The artist becomes the subject: Paul Kei Matsuda photographing a whale shark.|
—Meghan Bacino curated these images.