A superb visual celebration of life within and beneath the world's seas and oceans.
Alex Mustard has been taking underwater photographs for 30 years. In 2013 he was named European Wildlife Photographer of the Year and was a category winner in the UK Natural History Museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. His last book, Reefs Revealed, won the International Grand Prize for the best book of underwater photographs. Callum Roberts is Professor of Marine Conservation at the University of York in the UK and is author of two award winning books, The Unnatural History of the Sea and Ocean of Life: How our Seas are Changing. For the last 25 years he has used science to make the case for stronger protection for marine life at both national and international levels.
[An] arresting set of sea life portraits, each of which could
easily stand alone as a character study... This isn't just a
two-dimensional aquarium for your coffee table but a study of our
oceans and seas, past and present and tentative future. * National
Geographic Traveller *
This isn't a title to read just once, but one into which you'll continue to dive - to escape, to be entertained, and to become better informed about our fascinating, spectacular oceans. * BBC Wildlife *
More than just a coffee-table book. * BBC Wildlife *
This gorgeous book is a celebration of the global maritime environment, showcasing the wonder of the creatures found in our seas, from the very smallest species to beautiful behemoths. * BBC Wildlife *