2 Responses to “Ideal Diving Reef”

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    Kirk Soderstrom:

    Hi Richard,

    Nice shot. I helped design the Camana Bay project for 2 years, while at the Santa Monica architecture firm Moore Ruble Yudell. Having worked on drawings and models, it is an interesting experience to see images of the real thing on the web a few years later!

    I am developing my personal webpage and portfolio, and since I have not been to Camana Bay yet, I was hoping that I could use this image, and the one at the top of the observation tower? Of course, I’ll clearly reference / link the images as your work, to your satisfaction.

    Feel free to contact me. I’m going to try to launch by October 1st, so please let me know.

    Best,

    Kirk Soderstrom
    kwsoderstrom@gmail.com

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    Richard:

    Hi Kirk,

    Thank you for the complement. Yes, you have my permission to use the photo in your webpage and portfolio.

    If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

    Kind regards,
    Richard

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As discussed yesterday, the Camana Bay Observation Tower is beautiful inside and out. I was drawn more to taking photos of the inside then I was of the outside 🙂

“The mosaic image is composed of many photographs taken at different scuba diving reefs throughout the Cayman Islands. The photographs have been assembled to create a representation of the ideal diving reef experience.” For more information click here

Today’s photo include: Orange Encrusted Sponge, Horse-eye Jacks, Brown Encrusting Octopus Sponge, Graysby, Azure Vase Sponge and a Yellow Tube Sponge,

Strobist Information: Canon 5D Mark II, 24mm f/1.2L, Natural Light.

Category: All PhotosCayman IslandsTravel

Image URL: http://richardhamiltonphotography.com/2009/11/24/ideal-diving-reef/

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