National Geographic’s ‘Wild Seas’ Fills Us with Awe [REVIEW]

Marine Iguana (Photo courtesy Thomas Peschak Photography, Facebook)

I am amazed when I talk to people who have never been to the ocean. Then again, I have always felt like a product of the sea myself. From my childhood in Southern California to my time working in Massachusetts as an adult, the sea has beckoned to me like a siren. I love the feel of the sand underfoot and the waves on my toes. Even the briny scent of ocean air is heady to me. But most of all, I am fascinated by the creatures that live beneath the surface in all their technicolor splendor, whether they are breathtakingly beautiful or look like something out of the Alien movies. I love them all, which is exactly why I think everyone needs a copy of photographer Thomas Peschak’s stunning new book, Wild Seas. In it, he captures our imagination with 200 unforgettable photographs you need to see to believe.

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Randy Wayne White’s ‘Cuba Straits’ Is A Must Read For Baseball Fans

Randy Wayne White

Randy Wayne White (Photo courtesy Wendy Webb)

Randy Wayne White’s Cuba Straits will reel in baseball fans and thrill seekers alike. Read more of this post