Photographer Jason Riggs captured stunning images this summer of coral reefs in the Solomon Islands.
He used a Nikon D300 digital camera with a 35mm lens to capture a series of images that he called “Coral Coral Reef Photographer.”
Riggs said that he wanted to show the world the diversity of coral species in the area.
“It’s a really unique place and the best place to observe the world,” he said.
“There are so many different types of corals, and it’s so diverse.
So I wanted to take these beautiful coral reefs and bring them out into the world, and show the people around me that you can go out and see them in their natural habitat.”
He was able to capture the images using a Nikon digital camera.
“It’s just a matter of taking the time and focusing,” Riggs explained.
“And I hope to do it for a long time, I think it’s something that people will appreciate for a while.”
Riggs said he had a lot of fun photographing the coral reefs.
“I was really happy to be able to see these beautiful reefs.
The coral itself is amazing,” he recalled.
“The coral that I saw is a really beautiful thing to see.”
Riggles photos were published on the National Geographic Instagram account on May 3.
He has also posted several photos on Instagram with his wife and two daughters.
“We were really proud of that,” he added.
“Our daughters love it, they loved it.
They are so excited.
They can’t wait to go out on their own.
They love going on trips and exploring.”
Rigses work has been featured in several magazines, including Vanity Fair, The New York Times, and The Washington Post.
He also has a book coming out soon titled “Cora.”
Riggers photos are part of the “Cory” collection of coral photos.
He said that they are not only about coral reefs, but also other life forms, including insects, reptiles, and birds.
“These are not the most interesting corals,” he told National Geographic.
“But these are the ones that are important.
These are the coral that are very unique and unique in the world.”