Under Cape Cod Waters (Hardcover)
In Under Cape Cod Waters, award-winning photojournalist Ethan Daniels captures the mystery and importance of the often overlooked natural communities along the Cape Cod coast. The Cape's near-shore waters are both diverse and productive, making these coastal ecosystems as dynamic and prodigious as any along the Atlantic shoreline. With the trained eye of a scientist and the sensibilities of an artist, Daniels photographs the amazing and resilient life forms that play such a vital role in maintaining the health and wellbeing of this cherished peninsula. The result is a stunning portrait of a world only seen from the surface. In the hazy, dark waters, Daniels reveals the arresting orange of a sponge, the silvery flash of fish scales, the bright blue of a crab claw. With chapters on each of the Cape's aquatic ecosystems--the salt marsh, bay, open ocean, and freshwater ponds--Daniels at once enlightens and educates us about the treasures hidden amidst this mesmerizing seascape.
About the Author
Ethan Daniels is an award-winning photojournalist. His photography and journalism have appeared in Scuba Diver Australasia, Cape Cod Life, Underwater Photography Magazine, and Sport Diving Magazine, among other publications. He lives in Berkeley, CA with his family.