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PATTERNITY: A way of seeing - A way of being | studio@patternity.org | +44 (0)20 7613 5867

PATTERNITY: A way of seeing - A way of being | studio@patternity.org | +44 (0)20 7613 5867

Bernhard Edmaier: BAJA MAR  Seafarers used to call the calm, shallow waters between Cuba and Florida ‘Baja mar’, or ‘shallow sea’. Today this area is marked on maps as the Bahamas. The sea between the 700 islands and more than 2,400 reefs that make up the Bahamas is often just a few metres deep. Its colour tells local people how far it is to the bright, sandy bottom: at less than 10 metres the sea looks green and turquoise, while deeper water appears blue.

Bernhard Edmaier: BAJA MAR Seafarers used to call the calm, shallow waters between Cuba and Florida ‘Baja mar’, or ‘shallow sea’. Today this area is marked on maps as the Bahamas. The sea between the 700 islands and more than 2,400 reefs that make up the Bahamas is often just a few metres deep. Its colour tells local people how far it is to the bright, sandy bottom: at less than 10 metres the sea looks green and turquoise, while deeper water appears blue.

From Germany we bring you the work of Bernhard Edmaier in one of our favorite subjects, aerial photography

From Germany we bring you the work of Bernhard Edmaier in one of our favorite subjects, aerial photography

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