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  • Paperback, 12 x 10 in
  • 152 pages, full color photographs
  • 1-978-1-934598-05-4
  • $35.00 US Now: $20
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Surrounded by thousands of square miles of cold, rough water, Cape Cod is regarded as New England’s crown jewel– a pristine summer paradise and playground for residents and tourists. Yet, despite the affection for this iconic landscape, the world beneath the Cape’s waters remains largely unexplored.

Award-winning photojournalist Ethan Daniels captures the mystery and importance of the often overlooked natural communities along the Cape Cod coastline. The Cape’s near-shore waters are both diverse and productive, making the Cape’s coastal ecosystems as dynamic and prodigious as any along the Atlantic shoreline.

Ethan Danielsis an award-winning photo-journalist. His photography and journalism have appeared in Scuba Diver Australasia, Cape Cod Life, Underwater Photography Magazine, and Sport Diving Magazine, among other publications. He lives in Berkeley, CA with his family.

This is a beautifully designed and printed book, both elegant and informative.
Stephen Frink, Alert Diver Magazine