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FEATURED PHOTOGRAPHER: GREGORY PIPER
 

From the rusted sunken warships of Truk Lagoon and sandy seafloors of Grand Cayman to the thriving coral reefs of Hawaii and hidden caves of the Solomon Islands, Gregory Piper has seen nearly all there is to be seen in the underwater world. And luckily for us, he’s had his camera in tow, capturing some of the most compelling images we’ve seen of our favorite environment. He's generously donated over 30 of his favorite images to the Coral Reef Image Bank.
 

   DOWNLOAD     Credit: Gregory Piper   | Mandarin major in Dumaguete, Philippines. These amazing animals come out in numbers at dusk to mate.

DOWNLOAD  Credit: Gregory Piper  | Mandarin major in Dumaguete, Philippines. These amazing animals come out in numbers at dusk to mate.

   DOWNLOAD     Credit: Gregory Piper   | Shallow waters in the Philippines sparkle with reds and pinks.

DOWNLOAD  Credit: Gregory Piper  | Shallow waters in the Philippines sparkle with reds and pinks.