Item description for The Red Sea (Secrets of the Sea) by David Doubilet & Andrea Ghisotti...
Overview Tells the story of the exploration of the Red Sea, especially underwater, taking both history and natural history into account. The reader is guided through the submerged gardens of the Sinai, on the adventurous discovery of unknown wrecks, on a search for the remains of the Precontinente II, to Cousteau's village, and face to face with sharks.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 10.25" Height: 13.25" Weight: 3.3 lbs.
Release Date Feb 28, 2008
ISBN 8854400718 ISBN13 9788854400719
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More About David Doubilet & Andrea Ghisotti
David Doubilet (b.1946), the world's leading underwater photographer, has shot more than 60 stories for National Geographic. He began diving at the age of 12 and has since captured groundbreaking images of great white sharks, creatures of the undersea desert, fluorescent coral and shipwrecks. He was awarded the prestigious Lennart Nilsson prize in 2001.
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Doubilet's intelligence report Jul 12, 2008
Dobilet and crew generously provide expanded insight into the stunning beauty of which we are part. Photography and subject commingle to effect a blooming in the heart. Such a bounty of wonder could not come our way without the assiduous application of craft and vision. I am particularly enamored of the tiny shrimp peering over the lip of a seemingly massive Gorgonian stump of a sea-anemone, like a cricket in a redwood tree.