When a photographer dives into oceans, the deepest secrets of elusive marine life come drifting.
Deep in the belly of the ocean exists a world of sudden movements and colours you may or may not recognise on land. The mystery of the water takes on a richer tint for a wildlife photographer with a love for the lesser known—gentle sirenians, marine invertebrates, mother-and-cub whales and all. Diving, snorkelling and even coaxing holes into oceans frozen white, Dhritiman Mukherjee delves underwater to resurface with stories of elusive aquatic encounters.
Dhritiman Mukherjee is as elusive as the animals he photographs. His photographs have appeared in National Geographic Traveller, The New York Times, Lonely Planet, WWF, UNESCO, Birdlife. He is a RBS Earth Hero award winner for inspiring people for conservation.
Tags: AFRICA, AUSTRALIA, BASKET STAR, EGYPT, HUMPBACK WHALE, INDONESIA, LEMBEH STRAIT, MARSA ALAM, OCEAN, PYGMY SEAHORSE, RéUNION ISLAND, RUSSIA, WILDLIFE