Way out into the blue, right where you lose all sight of land — and feel overwhelmed, as if devoured by the sea — you will find the beautiful creatures of the open ocean, who live in the ‘pelagic' zone. Today, we are fighting to protect them.
Brazil's efforts to protect its natural beauty have paid off well with Fernando de Noronha
See a photo of sharks swimming in the Bahamas, read a photo tip from photographer Catherine Karnow, and download free wallpaper from National Geographic.
Massive rock structure hidden 60-100 feet underwater found in 1987 in Yonaguni, Japan. Experts call it the greatest discovery in the history of underwater ar...
David Doubilet's Public Portfolio of Images
Gallery of Pictures of Underwater Views by professional photographer QT Luong, available as prints or for licensing
Alexander Safonov and his Breathtaking underwater photos Alexander Safonov is web-designer from Russia who currently lives in Hong Kong and does photography. Dissatisfied from his previous job on the computer, he started an adventure to experiment wi...
As Google continues to map the Earth, and bring Street View imagery to more exotic places, the company is now tackling the depths of the world's oceans.
HowStuffWorks.com blogger Amanda Arnold writes about Jellyfish Lake in Palau.
"Under Antarctic Ice: The Photographs of Norbert Wu" is a photo-book first published in 2004, with over 100s of photos taken by international renowned photographer Norbert Wu.