Friday, September 12, 2014

Announcing my new book - Sea Treasure!

Friends!
I am pleased to introduce you to my new book - Sea Treasure!

Sea Treasure is a self-published hardcover underwater photography book now available exclusively in the Blurb online bookstore.  It is printed on archival quality lustre photo paper, with a laminated dust cover, and makes an attractive addition to your coffee table or other prominent display area.

Sea Treasure is available for a limited time at a 15% discount!

Click on the image below for a full preview of my book.
Click on the shopping cart icon at lower right to order your copy!
 

Sea Treasure is sold at cost (product total) plus $5.  The $5 goes not to me, but directly to the Samaritan Counseling Center in Lancaster, PA.  Samaritan is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to foster hope and healing through professional counseling, education and consultation while respecting personal and spiritual values.

For a limited time, you may purchase Sea Treasure at a 15% discount on the product total.
Use the promotional code COOKIES at checkout.  Offer expires October 31, 2014, and is good for one time use.  Use this special offer to buy one or more books (maximum discount is $100 off product total).  Tax, if applicable, and shipping costs will be added to your order total.

My earlier photography book Sea Secrets is also available in the Blurb online bookstore.

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Best Underwater Pictures: Winners of 2013 Amateur Contest

I've always dreamed of being published by National Geographic! Earlier this year, my photo took 2nd place macro in the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science international competition. It is recognized here in National Geographic Daily News!....check out the link below to see my photo!

Best Underwater Pictures: Winners of 2013 Amateur Contest

Click the image below to see my photo in my Douglas Good Photography gallery.

Commensal Emperor Shrimp and Tryon's Risbecia NudibranchCommensalism is a form of symbiosis where one species (the shrimp) benefits while its host (the nudibranch) gains no benefit but remains unharmed by the association.The shrimp hitches a ride while foraging the black sand bottom.Dinah's Beach, Papua New GuineaRosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science 2013 Underwater Photography Contest - 2nd place, Macro category