40 Brilliant Photographs of Undersea Life

by Jake Rocheleau

April 12, 2012 in Inspiration

Photographs have a way of naturally shifting our emotions. The ocean is a calming sentiment to humans since we’re so comfortable living on the land. But there is a whole ecosystem underneath the water that many of us are not even aware exists. The Earth is a beautiful place and it has been only recently that we’ve created the technology to capture these moments in time.

I’ve collected 40 stunning photos taken under the oceans all around the world. The lifestyle of animals can differ greatly based on how they live and behave amongst other animals. Photograph enthusiasts will love this showcase and surely gather some wonderful concepts about undersea life forms. Additionally please feel free to share your thoughts or questions below in the post discussion area.

Undersea Life Chatter

Clownfish

Tube Anemones

Underwater Seaweed Fish

Under the Sea

Jellyfish

Starfish under water

Snorkeling Fish

Tilefish in Bali

Fish in the Red Sea

Toby Fish

Colorful Marine Life

Pretty Fish in the Bahamas

Seahorse off Cape Town, South Africa

Great Barrier Reef

Under the Sea

Marine Turtle

Under Water Oman

Mimic Octopus

Goby Fish

Weedy Seadragon

Porcupine Fish

Weedy Seadragon Curled

Scuba Diving off Bay Islands

U.S. Virgin Islands Fish

Fishes in Coral

Bat Fish in Kuwait

Coral Marine Life

Feeding in the Pacific

Batfish, Maldive Islands

Close-Up Marine Life

Eastern Caribbean Coral Reef

Colorful Salt Water Fish

Elegant Firefish

Nautical Hawaiian Fish

Open Brain Coral

Okinawa, Japan Cardinalfish

Eel Swimming

School of Bony Fish

Scuba Diving in Guam

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About Jake Rocheleau

Jake is a digital researcher and writer on many popular design magazines. He frequently writes on topics including web design, user experience, mobile apps, and project management. You can find him all throughout Google and tweeting @jakerocheleau. Connect with Jake on google+

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