These Photos Depict Marine Life Spotted During Freediving Sessions

 - Oct 29, 2015
References: divephotoguide & metro
Freediving is an incredibly frightening prospect for those of us who haven't done it, because it involves going down underwater without an oxygen tank or other equipment commonly associated with scuba diving. However it also opens up some fantastic possibilities, as best exemplified here by the rich and thought-provoking photographic work of Alex Voyer and Alex Roubaud.

This freediving photo series focuses on an incredibly spectacular selection of photos taken by the two Alexs over the course of their numerous dives together. These photos are truly mind-blowing and show a wide variety of beautiful marine creatures including whales, sharks, turtles and stingrays.

The photo series also aims to make it clear that freediving doesn't have to be dangerous if you do it in a smart manner, and it can in fact help you access phenomenal natural beauty.