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  1. I noticed filamentous algae covering the Turtle Grass (Thalassia testudinum) in the mixing zone. There were healthy seagrasses and macro algae outside the mixing zone. Cable Beach (Bahamar Project) New Providence Island, Bahamas. See attached photos.
  2. Hi all, I've posted this yesterday but it apparently disappeared when moving to the new server last night. Here it is again, as I think you should really see Jason Isley's new works. He did it again. This time Jason has created a surrealist image set with human figures for a good cause. The images have been made to keep people aware of the dangers of pollution in the sea and fishing excess. New Surrealistic Underwater Scenes to Fight Pollution Direct link to the older gallery: http://www.michelbraunstein.com/figu...al-underwater/
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