A random look at ‘Two Worlds: Above and Below the Sea’

“Two Worlds: Above and Below the Sea,” published by Phaidon Press, marks David Doubilet’s 50th anniversary working as a photographer for National Geographic, and features his signature, “above and below” viewpoint. Phaidon Press

David Doubilet’s new book, “Two Worlds: Above and Below the Sea,” at 128 pages and with a footprint of 9¼-by-13-inches, features signature images drawn from his collection, spanning from Papua New Guinea to Grand Cayman Island, the icy waters of the Antarctic Ocean to the tropical Grand Barrier Reef.

The book, released in November, marks Mr. Doubilet’s 50th anniversary working as a National Geographic photographer. He has produced more than 70 stories for the magazine and several books and has received the Explorers Club’s prestigious Lowell Thomas Award and the Lennart Nilsson Award in Photography.

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