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Photographer of the Week – Tracey Jennings
By Joanna Lentini, January 25, 2018 @ 04:00 AM (EST)

Backlit orangutan crab, Bali, Indonesia
 

When I asked Photographer of the Week Tracey Jennings to email me some images for this feature, I had no idea how difficult it would be to choose between them. I’ve been familiar with Tracey’s work for some time now and knew she had some amazing images, but I was really baffled once I received the Dropbox link. If you haven’t seen her work yet, you are in for a real treat. Tracey is an award-winning, Singapore-based photographer that has been featured by National Geographic, the BBC, and Ocean Geographic, as well as in various scuba diving magazines.

This adventurous soul first took to diving 20 years ago, but it wasn’t until a chance encounter at the airport in Johannesburg in 2012 with photographer Michael Aw that Tracey’s hobby turned into an obsession. She has traveled far and wide in search of creatures large and small, and her macro photography is dramatic and engaging while her wide-angle work is whimsical and captivating. Whichever genre you prefer, you have to admit it’s all gorgeous eye candy!

While she travels several months a year underwater, some of her favorite dive destinations are the Solomon Islands, Cocos Islands, the Philippines, Raja Ampat, South Africa and the Azores. She notes, “Diving is my place of calm and silence in a hectic world. I hope by taking and sharing photographs, I can inspire others to protect the wonder of the underwater world.” I think Tracey can rest assured she's achieved that.
 

Artificial reef, Atmosphere Resorts, Dauin, Philippines
 

“My Home”: A goby fish shot with Retra LSD, Bali, Indonesia
 

Kelp forest, Hermanus, South Africa
 

Solitary shrimp, Bali, Indonesia
 

The friendliest turtles in the world, Apo Island, Dumaguete, Philippines
 

Reef scene, Maldives
 

Cowrie, aka pink hedgehog, Anilao, Philippines
 

In the harbour, Hermanus, South Africa
 

“Mystical Forest”: A sevengill shark patrols the kelp forest in Simonstown, South Africa
 

Nemo fanning eggs, Bali, Indonesia
 

Amphipod, Bali, Indonesia
 

Arborek Jetty, Raja Ampat, Indonesia
 

Nudibranch, Bali, Indonesia
 

Tracey Jennings
 

See more of Tracey’s beautiful work on her website, www.traceydjennings.com.

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