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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Jason Decaires Taylor

36 Entries Found: Page 1  of  2
Sculpture from the MUSA collection.
Grenadian sculpture of young boy with pink sponges and tunicates. Growth after 4 years.
Jump into the jelly.
Cleaner Wrasse dancing around the bubbles of the "The Singer" sculpture in Cancun.
Anthrpocene. A cement replica of a VW beetle in the Museum of underwater Art.
Taken on the underwater Museum in Cancun. Grey angel behind the Silent Evolution. 10-20 wide angle.
The Dream collector
Underwater sculpture planted with live fire coral
Man on fire... underwater sculpture planted with fire coral
Bull sharks in Mexico, which way to go?
Inverted Solitude 8months on.
The lost correspondent, nikon D80 20mm, 2 years oon.
inverted solitude sculpture installed under free diving platform in National diving activites centre, chepstow.
Glass underwater river sculpture called Alluvia in Canterbury, Kent. Nikon D80. Jason dECaires Taylor.
Divemaster Gary, free dives down to the vicissitudes statue installation. Sculptures by Jason deCaires Taylor

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I believe that Jason is also the artist who created these sculptures
Fish & Chips, Nikon /d80 by Jason deCaires Taylor
Marie free dives down to underwater faces. Jason deCaires Taylor. Each profile is a cast of students from Tamworth community college.
Sculpture of Grenadian boy, by Jason deCaires Taylor. After 12 months underwater.
The Tamm cc project, sculpture by Jason de Caires Taylor. Nikon D200

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Wierd! Do we like art being left on the reef? Isn't it beautiful enough? You choose...
Grace after 1 year. Photo of sculpture by Jason de Caires Taylor.
nikon d80, statue park in grenada
Viscissitudes, part of the grenada underwater sculpture park
reef octopus
Sculpture park with joe the diver in background,nikon 20mm
Vicissitudes. 26 life size statues of children in grenada.weighing 6 tons and covering 25sq metres.Aiming to create a artificial reef after tropical storm damage.
Silver Medal Silver Medal 2007

Final RoundThrough to 2007 awards final round judging

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Editor's Comment
I'm not sure what I think about underwater sculptures but this one is impressive
Donna diving into a new sculpture installation in Grenada.
Sculpture at 4m. Part of the contempory art d80
36 Entries Found: Page 1  of  2