Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Bodrum's underwater beauty revealed

It turns out that Bodrum's beauty is not just skin deep.

Renowned Japanese photographer Masakazu Akagi recently spent a couple of months in Turkey, as part of his job as private photographer for a Japanese prince (how good does that job sound?!).

He explored the waters around Bodrum with his camera, diving into 100-year-old wrecks and snapping the sealife. You can see a couple of pictures here. Hopefully I can track down a few more pictures soon so we can see more of this underwater world.


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