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The surprising amount of life in these often overlooked bodies of water, such as salmon and water lilies, make for some great art subjects. Some of my best and most popular images come form these areas of the watershed.
When I started in underwater photography I right away was drawn to freshwater bodies. Some of my first work was in local swamps and lake margins. It was on one of these times that I took my now well known Tadpole image that has been heavily featured by National Geographic. I have spent many days happily swimming around lily ponds and small pools. I also developed a fascination with salmon and this led to many years spent in the Campbell River and Quinsam system, as well as others. Photographing the wild Pacific Salmon species has been a joy and is still one of my most favorite areas to work in. Oceans are usually where most underwater photography is done, but I have really enjoyed showing a side of life that is not so commonly seen.
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