Sci-fi scenes that use real ocean life as props


5 Responses to “Sci-fi scenes that use real ocean life as props”

  1. Preston Sturges says:

    Isn’t that phony tilt-shift stuff just soooo last year?

    But kudos for finding all those sea monsters.

  2. Christopher says:

    Even though I count myself among the “nudi-lovers” I can imagine I’d get tired of anything after taking a few thousand pictures of it. Which is the beauty of Isley’s pictures: even for those of us who aren’t lucky enough to look at nudibranches daily it makes us look at them in a new way.

    I also like that the later pictures in the sequence contain educational information. It’s information we should all know, but, again, presented in a really funny way.

  3. vonbobo says:

    Wow! Great skills, great ideas, and I learned something! Thanks for the link!

  4. Rich Keller says:

     The colors on the little tiny people remind me of Sealab 2020 or even Sealab 2021. Now that I think about it, I bet it was those jerkwads in Pod 6 that sent the nudi-lovin’ nastygrams.

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