Head to the Harborwalk to see photos of marine life up close
Area to Sea photography exhibition at the New England Aquarium
Open through November 1, 2022
The exhibition lies on the Harborwalk straight outside the New England Aquarium, 1 Central Wharf, Boston.
Why should I go?
Have you ever wished to get up close and individual with fragile marine life, however without getting damp? One exhibition lets you do just that.
Covering the north and south Harborwalk sides of the New England Aquarium, the new photography exhibit Space to Sea flaunt the splendid variety below the waters of the federally protected Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, just 25 miles off the coast of Boston. Take a look at 50 large pictures of life under the sea– from the humpback whale, among the greatest animals in the sanctuary, to plankton, determining simply 20 microns long.
The award-winning undersea professional photographer, Keith Ellenbogen, is among the couple of enabled to scuba dive in the sanctuary to capture photos of marine life. He holds an unique marine mammal photography authorization from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to get in such close quarters. In this exhibit, you can see high-res details of a torpedo ray, an animal efficient in utilizing electricity to stun or kill victim, and a 3,000-pound, 17-foot-long terrific white shark.
If you’re jonesing to see the animals featured in Ellenbogen’s exhibit for yourself, you can buy admission to New England Fish tank, house to countless marine species. Discover ticket info here.
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