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Beneath Cold Seas: The Underwater Wilderness of the Pacific Northwest Hardcover – Sep 2 2011


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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Greystone Books / David Suzuki Foundation (Sept. 2 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1553658701
  • ISBN-13: 978-1553658702
  • Product Dimensions: 28.7 x 2.2 x 27.4 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 Kg
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,857 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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An award-winning photographer, Hall reveals both the symbiotic and the predatory relationships in this web of life with both macro and panoramic shots. —Vancouver Sun

(2011-09-30)

Battling buffeting currents, hindered by thick gloves and an 18-kg belt, the New York-based shooter has nevertheless captured page after page of dreamy images with stunning clarity. —Westworld

(2011-10-01)

David Hall has created a dazzling book filled with dazzling sea creatures, showing us an astonishing marine domain. —Marilyn Dahl, Shelf Awareness (starred)

(2011-12-02)

You won't find SpongeBob SquarePants here, but you will find great photos of critters and phenomena from the deepest deeps of the Pacific Northwest. There isn't much light down there, and that makes these photos (and the colours!) of kelp forests and 'scalyhead sculpin' that much more remarkable. —Globe & Mail

(2011-12-03)

David Hall's award-winning photography captures the magnificent marine life of the West Coast: the most diverse of any cold-water ecosystem on the planet. Through state-of-the-art camera equipment and adventurous shots, he depicts our underwater world in a way that will amaze scuba divers and art-lovers alike. —Vancouver Sun

(2011-12-09)

Beneath Cold Seas: The Underwater Wilderness of the Pacific Northwest, by David Hall, transports readers to frigid waters off the west coast of Canada. The diversity of creatures in this ecosystem is astonishing; Hallís colour photographs of them are astonishing, too. Steller sea lions loom out of the darkness. A Pacific prawn crawls over a barnacle-encrusted ledge. Crimson anemones and red soft coral brighten the kelp forest on the sea bottom. —Montreal Gazette

(2011-12-09)

Photographer David Hall . . . found stunning images to record when he went diving off North America's West Coast. His amazing pictures show everything from candy-striped shrimp and wolf-eels to white-sided dolphins and the giant Pacific octopus. —Waterloo Region Record

(2011-12-10)

Beneath Cold Seas: The Underwater Wilderness of the Pacific Northwest is a coffee-table book of spectacular underwater photography by David Hall, a writer and photographer who is also an accomplished diver. The jellyfish, tubeworms, nudibranch and anemones are otherworldly in their beauty and a reminder that the Northwest has some great dive spots. —Oregon Live

(2011-12-10)

. . . his gorgeous images of the weird, wild and watery should help spark public interest in a zone we need to know better. —Georgia Straight

(2011-12-20)

Like no other photographer I am aware of, Hall has consistently managed to capture patterns, textures and colors and used all of these skillfully in compositions in such a tight and controlled manner, as if they were created on an easel . . . Not only is the book just a pleasure to go through, but the images are also an inspiration and a challenge for all other underwater photographers to go out and do better . . . David Hall is an inspirational master who clearly hasn't yet gotten all of the recognition that he deserves. —Peter Symes, X-Ray Magazine

(2012-01-01)

The level of consistency and standard of imagery is quite exceptional and it captures the wild spirit of this corner of the planet, page after page…Beneath Cold Seas has taken over 15 years to achieve but the hard work has been worthwhile and it is difficult to imagine that there will ever be a better collection of photographs to come out of this area. —Peter Rowlands, Underwater Photography Magazine

(2012-01-29)

Dispelling the myth that cold, murky waters equal boring waters, Hall has captured the staggering beauty and variety of marine life found in the Pacific Northwest. Although the animals themselves are truly amazing, it is Hall's creative eye and masterful photographic technique that really sets this book apart. —Jemima Greaves, Outdoor Photography Magazine

(2012-01-29)

In Beneath Cold Seas, Hall reveals a vibrant and multi-coloured world of marine life off our Pacific Coast, which is also home to the most diverse marine life of any cold-water ecosystem on the planet . . . this book is a must for exposing the mysterious and beautiful fragile life in our local waters. —Janice Williams, Tri-City News

(2012-03-19)

This book is a work of art from every possible angle — from the exquisite photographs, to the book’s design, to its flawless printing and production process. There’s no other way to describe it: David Hall has created a masterpiece. . . . A complete and moving immersion in the breathtaking underwater world of the Pacific Northwest. —National Outdoor Book Awards

(2012-11-20)

About the Author

David Hall is an award-winning photographer and photojournalist whose work has been published in National Geographic, Smithsonian, Natural History, Sierra, Time, Science, Scientific American, and other magazines. He is also the author of ten children's books in Scholastic's Undersea Encounters series. He lives in Woodstock, New York.



Christopher Newbert is the author of the best-selling photography book Within a Rainbowed Sea.



Sarika Cullis-Suzuki holds a BA in Integrative Biology from the University of California at Berkeley and an MSc in Zoology from the University of British Columbia, Fisheries Centre. She has co-hosted several TV programs, including the CBC's Suzuki Diaries II on oceans. She is currently studying for a PhD in Marine Biology at the University of York, in England.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Morhal on Dec 21 2011
Format: Hardcover
David Hall has created a wonderful panoramic view of the life found in the waters of the Pacific Northwest. The photography is exquisite and is wonderfully complimented by the authors eloquent words. Christopher Newbert's Forward clearly describes the conditions in which an underwater photographer has to photograph. The waters surrounding Vancouver Island and north are truly the best cold water diving sites in the world.
The Introduction by Sarika Cullis-Suzuki is very informative and very well written and emphasizes the critical importance of connecting with the natural world. David's book may well serve as a doorway for people to make the effort to have first hand experience with the ocean world and the wondrous life found in the oceans. This life must be protected and preserved for future generations and the health of all oceans.
David Hall's book "Beneath Cold Seas: The Underwater Wilderness of the Pacific Northwest" is a beautiful book and comes highly recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Capt Dan Ferris on Dec 9 2011
Format: Hardcover
David Hall `translates' what divers see into wondrous photographs that reveal creatures and colours that cannot even be imagined from the surface. Beneath Cold Seas is a must read for anyone who lives in the Pacific Northwest, whether or not they are divers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Conor on Dec 4 2011
Format: Hardcover
This is an amazing collection of underwater images. David Hall captures the beauty of the Pacific Northwest in this incredible book. A must have for any divers or underwater enthusiasts.
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Beautiful July 10 2012
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I sat and looked at the images in this book for well over an hour. Gorgeous! I'm a diver in the Pacific Northwest and every time I look at this book I want to get back in the water.
I already purchased a copy for a friend.


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