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Under the Sea Photography Exhibit

By on April 5, 2012

The display includes four color photographs of wildlife inhabiting Biscayne National Park’s waters. The photos were selected from among the winners of the annual underwater photography contests sponsored by The University of Miami/Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Sciences over the past 7 years. Many of the images were taken by UM/RSMAS students and faculty, often as part of or incidental to their research. Under the Sea is part of a continuing effort by the park to blur the line between science and art. “The 1871 scientific expedition to Yellowstone included in its ranks painter Thomas Moran and photographer William Henry Jackson,” said park ranger Gary Bremen. “Their work helped inspire Congress to establish Yellowstone as the world’s first national park. Painters, photographers and other artists carry on that tradition today at national parks across the country, including here at Biscayne.” The visitor center is open 9am to 5:30pm. with free admission. Under the Sea runs through June 3rd. You can see other winning photos on the RSMAS website, underwater-photography. Biscayne National Park’s Dante Fascell Visitor Center Gallery. 9700 SW 328 St. Homestead. 305-230-7275 (PARK).

2008 First Place

U of M Student Tauna Rankin
Moon jellyfish, Aurelia aurita, from below
Miami, FL

Macro 2nd Place 2006

Patrick Weir,
Cayman Islands, BWI

Fish or Marine Animal Portrait 1st Place-2009
Steven Kovacs, Clewiston, Florida
A male Banded Jawfish (Opistognathus macrognathus)
in Riviera Beach, Florida. The Jawfish will hold
the brooding eggs in its mouth until they hatch.
They are bottom dwellers that burrow into sand,
rocks, and coral debris.

2010 First Place U of M Student

Evan D’Alessandro
Graysby, Epinephelus cruentatus
Key Biscayne, FL

Fish or Marine Animal Portrait 2nd Place -2011

Susan Mears, Web Burrfish, Chilomycterus antillarum
Lake Worth Lagoon, Riviera Beach, FL

Fish or Marine Animal Portrait 1st Place -2011
Steven Kovacs, Jellyfish
Lake Worth Lagoon, Riviera Beach, Fl.

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