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Friday Field Photo #183: Evening sun on the open ocean

May 10, 2013

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This week’s photo is from the deck of the JOIDES Resolution drill ship last summer. Before IODP Expedition 342 I had spent only a few days at sea, and even then it wasn’t more than ~20-30 km from land. Being out in the open ocean — several hundred km from land — was an experience I didn’t think about or appreciate before I did it.

I never grew tired of watching the sea during that two months. The interaction of swells of different sizes and forms moving in different directions resulted in unique displays of nature. And it’s quite different than watching the sea near the coast. Watching the water pile up into ‘mountains’ and ‘ridges’, creating a constantly changing topography, was actually quite therapeutic during an incredibly busy expedition.

Happy Friday!

See this photo and many more from IODP Expedition 342 on my Flickr page.

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