[Coral-List] a long shot

Doc Radawski docradawski at gmail.com
Wed Oct 13 17:19:47 EDT 2010

Hi David,

Try the following:

1. Tim Blanton
tim at timblanton.com.

2. John R. Ware, PhD
President, SeaServices Inc.
jware at erols.com

3. Rick Frehsee (deceased)

Contact Terry Evans, terry at roatan.com, www.roatan.com
to see if he knows how to get in touch with Rick's heirs.
FYI: Frehsee was a professional U/W who began taking U/W  photos
here in the early 1970's. He photographed most of the popular dive sites
which are now severely degraded.
You can Google him, to get an idea of his credits.

If you have any other questions please do not hesitate to write me.

Have a nice evening!


Doc Radawski

On Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 13:33, david arnold <northwester at comcast.net> wrote:

> 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
> comparisons.
> 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.
> Best,
> David
> David Arnold
> Double Exposure
> cell: 617 827 8609
> northwester at comcast.net
> skype: davidarnoldxx
> www.doublexposure.net
> 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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