Truly, Madly, Deeply: Underwater Photography
These amazing photographs showcase the stunning variety of marine life, from gargantuan sharks to microscopic invertebrates to vast gardens of coral. Gathered over 10 years, these glorious images explore the colors, patterns, and textures in the ocean, and will inspire the amateur marine biologist inside us all.
Ali bin Thalith was born in Dubai. In the Seventies, it was made up of a series of villages, and Jumeirah Beach was yards from the house where he grew up. Inspired by Jacques Cousteau, he learned to dive and operate his first camera - a Nikon FM2 - and realised he could combine these twin passions and trained in France and London as a marine photographer and documentary filmmaker. As the official photographer for Prince Hamdan al Maktoum, he was asked by the Prince to set up Dubais first photography award, HIPA, becoming Secretary General and overseeing its global development.
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