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Under the Sea

Cats and Chocolate

Something beautiful from my camera, taken earlier this year from a visit to London Zoo.


‘It’s a little-appreciated fact that most of the animals in our ocean make light.’ — Edith Widder, Marine Biologist.


‘Marine organisms do not care about international boundaries; they move where they will.’ — Paul Snelgrove, Oceanographer.


‘I felt the full breadth and depth of the ocean around the sphere of the Earth, back billions of years to the beginning of life, across all the passing lives and deaths, the endless waves of swimming joy and quiet losses of exquisite creatures with fins and fronds, tentacles and wings, colorful and transparent, tiny and huge, coming and going. There is nothing the ocean has not seen.’ — Sally Andrew, Writer.

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I frequently write about the struggle to find the bright side of life and motherhood, looking out for unexpected treasures, and committing random acts of photography in my adopted hometown of NYC.

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