So, there's this itty-bitty series idea that I've been sitting on for a few months now. I've seen a couple of other bloggers do something similar, but it's time that I share my own version. In the past, I've always ran to Design Seeds when I'm seeking color inspiration, be it for a web design project or even an interior design endeavor (like redoing our bedroom). However, I would really like to create my own palettes using photos that catch my eye. Sometimes when I'm scrolling through Pinterest, I'll find a photograph that leaves me in awe, and the majority of the time that photo will incorporate a grand scheme of vivid colors. I'm really hoping to infuse my love of photography + bright colors and share the results with you guys. Here goes ;)
As soon as I laid eyes on this photograph by Russian marine biologist, Alexander Semenov, I knew I would have to showcase it here. Alexander definitely has a passion for underwater photography, which is evident in his work. I mean, just look at the brilliant colors of this jellyfish. Alexander graduated from Moscow State University's zoology department back in 2007. He now works as the chief of his diving team at the White Sea Biological Station (WSBS), where he has captured most of these magnificent photographs of various jellyfish as well as other sea life. You should take a moment to view his photo galleries.