Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Monterey Bay Aquarium - Part Two

Monterey Bay Aquarium is the perfect bridge encompassing all the bay's wildlife, habitats and conservation efforts and then brings it to light in wonderful detail for it's visitors. The Aquarium is built right on the edge of the bay and blends beautifully with the seaport town feel. From the outside it looks no different than any of the other old time fishing port buildings that line the shoreline. But inside they have built very impressive exhibits that really allows a person to leave feeling they have witnessed all of the different aspects that make the bay so special. I had a lot of fun documenting people exploring all its wonders.

1 comment:

  1. Nice shots of the Snowy Plovers! You know these guys are endangered, right?