New Underwater Miniature Set Creatively Focuses on Environmental Issues

Toxic Waste Control by Jason Isley

Photo Credit: Jason Isley/scubazoo

We’ve come to enjoy the fantastic underwater photos of miniature figurines posed with marine life from Scubazoo diver Jason Isley, and he’s back with yet another interesting photo session. Instead of showing off the lighter side of nature, however, Jason has taken a far different approach. This latest batch of photos highlights a much uglier side, pollution in our oceans. The miniatures are still out in full force, but they are seen helping out by removing batteries, pieces of plastic, stainless steel fish hooks, cigarettes, and lighters from the ocean floor. They are also examining dead bodies of fish affected by the dangerous use of dynamite fishing practices. Not wanting to make the entire photo session a dreary one, there are a couple of lighthearted miniatures scenes.

To view our coverage of the other Jason Isley miniature figurine underwater photo sessions, be sure to visit Underwater Miniatures Make for Hilariously Creative Scenes and More Amazing Underwater Miniatures from Jason Isley.

Ocean Ashtray by Jason Isley

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Plastic Ocean by Jason Isley

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Fish Bombing by Jason Isley

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Scrap Metal by Jason Isley

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Removing Ghosts by Jason Isley

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Helping the Lumberjacks - Sawtooth Shrimp by Jason Isley

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Conquering the Volcano - Barrel Sponge by Jason Isley

Photo Credit: Jason Isley/scubazoo

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