Ocean Exploration 2020: Photo Contest Finalists: Technology and Navigation

Technology and Navigation: Enter snapshots of the ships, tools, and technologies that you use to explore and enjoy our ocean.

Taken on April 1st of 2013 in Rainbow Harbor, Shoreline Village, Long Beach, California. The great Tole Mour ship rests on this calm day. In the background is shoreline village and a seagull who was very cooperative and patient in allowing me find the perfect perspective let me take this shot with him in it. The Seagull standing guard makes this shot to me. A view of the sunrise over the Cal Poly Center for Coastal Marine Sciences research pier in Avila, Ca. on September 10, 2012. I photographed this Buoy for MARI the Maryland Artificial Reef Initiative the day it was deployed. Many people in the Chesapeake Bay area use the data it collects. It is very useful to me when planning dives on the artificial reef that it is near. This was taken in the ocean on the way back from Nantucket Island August of 2012. A young SCUBA diver using her underwater camera to photography a sea turtle so she can share with her friends her experiences while diving. Key West, FL. The sun set is always a wonderful part of the day, and to see it from sea is a an experience all to its own.

 

I photographed this Buoy for MARI the Maryland Artificial Reef Initiative the day it was deployed. Many people in the Chesapeake Bay area use the data it collects. It is very useful to me when planning dives on the artificial reef that it is near.

Buoy

Michael Eversmier, Cockeysville, Maryland

This buoy was photographed for the Maryland Artificial Reef Initiative the day the buoy was deployed. Many people in the Chesapeake Bay area use the data that the buoy collects. The buoy data are very useful to me when planning dives on the artificial reef that it is near.

 

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