<p>Brian Skerry has been a contributing photographer for <em>National Geographic</em> magazine since 1998. His new book, <em>Ocean Soul</em>, features spectacular images from a 30-year career in underwater photography. Browse a selection of his pictures in this gallery. Here, blue maomao swim above a bed of kelp in New Zealand.</p><p><em> (From the National Geographic book </em>Ocean Soul<em> by Brian Skerry)</em></p><p><em></em></p><p><a href="http://shop.nationalgeographic.com/ngs/browse/productDetail.jsp?productId=6200816&amp;code=NG20347">Buy the book <em>Ocean Soul</em> »</a></p>

Blue Maomao, New Zealand

Brian Skerry has been a contributing photographer for National Geographic magazine since 1998. His new book, Ocean Soul, features spectacular images from a 30-year career in underwater photography. Browse a selection of his pictures in this gallery. Here, blue maomao swim above a bed of kelp in New Zealand.

(From the National Geographic book Ocean Soul by Brian Skerry)

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Photograph by Brian Skerry, National Geographic

Ocean Soul

Spectacular marine life is captured beneath the surface by renowned photographer Brian Skerry, whose new book, Ocean Soul, is now available, from National Geographic.

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