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Visit us at Open Studios October 5-6 and 19-20
A pair of Atlantic Puffins

Join us for our special autumn event when we open our studio to the public for four days only.

Open Studios
Two weekends in October, the 5-6 and 19-20 at studio #154 in Felton. You can follow the signs with "#154" on them once in Felton, but for all the details and a map link, look at our events page.

This will be your chance to see all of our latest work, including photos from this year's trip to Iceland, and recent underwater images from Cuba, photographs of two two eclipses (solar and lunar) and many more favorites. Check out all the details on our Events page, including hours and links to maps.

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Look into our Books
Marc Shargel's Wonders of the Sea series of books, currently at three volumes, is the most complete underwater photographic presentation of California's sea life available. These gorgeous, full color coffee-table books will beautify any library or living room, and captivate adults and children alike. The Wonders of the Sea books have been praised by marine biologists, conservationists, and members of California's Fish and Game Commission. Copies signed by the author are available directly through this website.
Welcome to the Living Sea Images website
Marc Shargel, prepared to photograph marine life.
Our website gives you access to an "ocean" of marine imagery by Marc Shargel. You can easily select pictures of any subject from our online library of images. As of November, 2014 there are more than 9,700 images here. Just type what you want in the "Search for..." area at top right. You can browse our many galleries under the "Portfolio" menu choice. Or look into our Wonders of the Sea series of books, framed photography for your walls, or our marine conservation work.

"I've seen a lot of changes in Central California's ocean since I began diving here in 1978. I first took a camera underwater in 1982. Since then I've been using images to communicate the beauty and fragility of our marine life to people who might otherwise never know about it."
— Marc Shargel


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