THE OCEAN PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS, VOLUME 1, 2020

Nearly everyone who visits the ocean finds themselves gazing out onto the sparkling waves and indescribable vastness of its waters. Unfortunately, most of us don’t have the chance to marvel at the ocean once the weather becomes colder and popular sea towns close for the winter. The Ocean Photography Awards Volume 1, 2020 coffee table book offers a stunning look into the incredible photography of the world’s oceans. Featuring 100 unique images, each striking image brings the views of the impossibly beautiful oceans of the world to life. Aside from deep dark waters and dazzling waves, this book also includes many incredible images of sea life captured like never before! Its pages are littered with sharks, penguins, and even humans swimming through iceberg-infested waters. This limited-edition hardback is the perfect addition for anyone who loves the ocean and all that it has to offer.

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