Finding a greener future
Blythe Copeland (@blythecopeland)
Science / Natural Sciences
March 14, 2011
Clark Little, the surfer-turned-photographer behind The Most Beautiful Waves...Ever is back -- this time he captures the secret lives of Hawaiian green sea turtles, producing stunning, underwater photos that earned him an Windland Smith Rice International Award for nature photography.
This photograph will be exhibited at Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. April 16 to September 25 -- read on for more of Little's favorite sea turtle shots, and descriptions in his own words.
And if you're in Hawaii, you can see the images in person at Little's new gallery in Haleiwa.
Photo: Clark Little
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