Sunday, September 27, 2015

"Forests Underwater" (3 of 3)



... and finally, partial views of the 40 meters long tank (check the previous posts).
For the time-lapse of the making of and interview with Amano, click here
For the beautiful music Rodrigo Leão composed for the exhibition, click here.

15 comments:

Dina said...

So beautiful. And the video trailer is wonderful too. Just too bad Amano did not live to see his work here evolve, as he said it would.

Hilde said...

wonderful underwater world!!
greetings,Hilde

Sami said...

Beautiful! I'll have to visit the Oceanarium again next time I visit Lisbon.

Sharon Anck said...

These photos really put some perspective on your previous photos. You did a beautiful job of capturing the colors and the density of the "forests".

Sylvia K said...

What a wonderful, beautiful series of photos, Jose!! I do love the underwater world, too!! Thank you for sharing as always!! Hope you have a great new week! Enjoy!!

Rhodesia said...

Unfortunately I cannot watch videos our connection is so slow, I have though found an interesting write up on the aquarium. Your photos are amazing, I would love to see this in real life, maybe one day we will make it to Lisbon. Thanks Diane

Bill said...

Beautiful subject, but your pictures are wonderfully composed. Great shots!

William Kendall said...

Great composition with these shots- it really reinforces the size!

VP said...

A fine reportage with great images, and thanks for all the infos!

RedPat said...

If I ever make it to Lisbon, I must go and see this! Beautiful, JM!

Bob Crowe said...

Such drama. It looks like it could be a projection from the right side of the frame.

Beatriz said...

Eu estive no Oceanário de lisboa anos atrás, mas não me lembro de ter visto estes lindos jardins submersos...
Sou bióloga e uma apaixonada por toda espécie de vida acima ou debaixo d'água. Estas belíssimas imagens me deixaram com saudades!!!

Bia
www.biaviagemambiental.blogspot.com

EG CameraGirl said...

Fascinating!

Cezar and Léia said...

I saw your wonderful pictures on Facebook,an amazing place... I would love to visit there someday.
Hugs

Jim said...

Cool underwater world.