More Underwater Photos from Jeremy Cohen

April 27, 2012 at 3:21 pm Leave a comment

Cohen snapped this photo of a porcupinefish off the Kona Coast in Hawaii.

Early last year, we featured some of Jeremy Cohen’s underwater photography in our Jan./Feb. 2011 issue. (Remember that funky-looking reef squid on the cover?)

We got lots of feedback on the photos, and readers loved Cohen’s up-close-and-personal look at creatures we don’t often see.

Now there’s another opportunity to check out Cohen’s work. A photo exhibit, called “Eyes to Sea: Underwater Photography by Jeremy Cohen,” opened this week in the EMS Museum and Art Gallery in the Deike building.

Cohen, associate vice president and senior associate dean for undergraduate education at Penn State, is an avid scuba diver who’s photographed marine life all over the world, including Fiji, Indonesia, and Hawaii. Cohen’s goal with the exhibit: to make people more aware of the human impact on aquatic ecosystems.

Cohen’s photos will be on display through fall 2012.

 Mary Murphy, associate editor

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