Condylactis Anemone Photo by Caroline Rogers
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- $125 USD
- $75 USD to Online Bidder
Award winning local underwater photographer and Marine Ecologist Dr. Caroline Rogers captures the beauty that lies beneath the shimmering surface of the Caribbean waters in this photo. The photo was taken in Otter Creek, part of Hurricane Hole that lies in the Coral Reef National Monument, and is home to rare species of coral and countless other underwater wonders. It is an 8"x10" print surrounded by white matting, and a sneak peek at Caroline's next book which will be published in 2011. Caroline's latest book of underwater photogrpahy, "Coral Reef Stars, A Galaxy of Undersea Images", can be found at the Friends of the Park Store in Mongoose Junction.
Item Special Note
Committed to resource protection, Friends of VI National Park installed 125 storm moorings in Coral Reef National Monument in an effort to protect the delicate marine ecosystem that exists in the mangroves. Bidding on this item ensures that we can continue our work to protect areas like Otter Creek that are inhabited by rare corals, serve as nurseries for our tropical fishes and teem with some of the most diverse sea life in the Caribbean.
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