[Coral-List] a long shot

david arnold northwester at comcast.net
Wed Oct 13 15:33:22 EDT 2010

Johanna, allow me to tap your shoulder via the list-serv.

I have a global warming photo exhibit touring the USA that compares  
glaciers then-and-now. The exhibit demonstrates how the face of the  
planet is changing. Corals are also in big trouble - although their  
afflictions are more complicated than simply a changing climate. I  
want to return to sites around the world to re-photograph coral scenes  
as precisely as possible to create side-by-side, exhibit quality  

Do you know anyone in Roatan - a researcher or a professional  
photographer - who has landscape shots of reefs now very stressed to  
which I can return to re-photograph? I want to create side-by-side  
parings. I need good benchmark "early" pictures.

Thank you so much for any help. I have no potential "targets" as yet  
in your neighborhood.


David Arnold
Double Exposure
cell: 617 827 8609
northwester at comcast.net
skype: davidarnoldxx


A non-profit traveling exhibit now on display at the Montshire Museum  
in Norwich, VT.

On Oct 12, 2010, at 9:32 AM, johanna naradzay wrote:

> Dear marine conservationists,
> As you all know, maintaining a financially sustainable marine park
> especially in a developing country is difficult. The Roatan Marine
> Park in Honduras is constantly trying to find funds to cover even
> their limited operating costs which include only two paid staff. If
> you come across call for proposals for the Caribbean or know of
> possible grants for the area, I'd much appreciate it,
> Best Regards,
> Johanna Naradzay
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