One of the blogs I follow is the Freshwater Blog, which is a wonderful resource. I have reblogged below an interview with underwater photographer Liam Marsh.The images that accompany the blog post are extraordinary. I particularly loved Liam’s line: “I’m fascinated by the idea of this entire world that goes on almost without our knowledge, just below the water’s surface” which captures the the fascination of freshwater – and I was glad to note he shares my love of dippers….on which topic it is well worth watching Liam’s short film Spring on the River:
Freshwater shrimp in a drop of water. Image: Liam Marsh
Liam Marsh is an award-winning natural history and wildlife photographer based in the Blackdown hills of south Somerset in England. His photographs of aquatic life – both above and below the waterline – are creative, unusual, and often beautiful. We spoke to Liam to find out about his approaches to revealing freshwater worlds through photography.
Tell us about your work as a wildlife photographer: how did you get started, and what are you working on at the moment?
I have always loved photography, and as a process it encourages you spend more time examining the world around you. I’ve always found wildlife to be the perfect match for that approach. Photography has given met a set of tools with which to examine the many wonderful creatures that live around us. All of my images are a result of countless…
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