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Research and Classification of Sea Surface Appearances

Using art photography as a tool in exploratory research, we aim to introduce first classification of sea-surface's appearances in relation to atmospheric and marine processes and general researches in physics of the sea as an Earth science. 

To discover more please read our presentation below. 

Exploratory photo trips' planning 2016–2017

The main research area is Monaco 's sea coast, but other areas around the world are also explored during private expeditions and in collaboration with other passionate photographers or sea admires. 

North Atlantic Ocean. Cabo da Roca. Portugal

February 2017. Completed

Private exploratory trip to the westernmost extent of mainland Portugal and continental Eurasia. 

Nazare. Portugal

August 2016. In process

Exploratory trips to famous Nazare coast, known for its gigantic breaking waves, which appear several times a year and attract most experienced surfers to make new records. This phenomenon of big waves happens dues to different depths between Nazare Canyon platforms, due to topographic barrier and due to interaction between waves and littoral drift. The vertical sea-surface textures of the waves is very rare and challenging to explore. 

Saltstraumen. North Norway

July 2016. Completed

Sea-surface's exploration and photo-session of one of the strongest tidal currents in the world, which forms whirlpools or maelstroms up to 10 metres in diameter and up to 5 metres in depth. Photo-series WAVES OF NORLAND, 2016

Norwegian Sea & Barents Sea. Northern Norway

July 2016 - Completed

Private charter expedition on board of Hanse Explorer Yacht. Exploration of sea surface appearances in the region of Nord Norway (Nordland, Tromsø and Finnmark). Photo series WAVES OF NORDLAND, 2016 

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