Sea pictures (Op. 37): I. Sea slumber-song 00:00 II. In haven 05:04 III. Sabbath morning at sea 07:10 IV. Where corals lie 13:29 V. The swimmer 17:39 Elgar, Edward (1857-1934) -composer Dame Janet Baker -mezzosoprano Sir John Barbirolli -conductor London Symphony Orchestra Score: http://conquest.imslp.info/files/imglnks/usimg/c/cb/IMSLP32145-PMLP73121-elgar_sea_pictures_piano_score.pdf Playlist: "The art of British song: Elgar, Somervell, Williams, Finzi..": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?action_edit=1&list=PLdM8VSWYvcWG_X-lGBATHMoJTGPlAV1TQ Sea Pictures, Op. 37 is a song cycle by Sir Edward Elgar consisting of five songs written by various poets. It was set for contralto and orchestra, though a distinct version for piano was often performed by Elgar. Many mezzo-sopranos have sung the piece. Much of the vocal line of the first song, "Sea Slumber Song," is heard again in other parts of the cycle; most notably, the second stanza is heard again almost in its entirety as part of the finale. Elgar composed the piece on his 1844 Broadwood Square piano while residing at Birchwood Lodge, Great Storridge in Herefordshire. The songs were originally written in high keys for a soprano voice, but transposed to lower keys for the orchestral version, largely at the request of the contralto Clara Butt. The songs were composed in July 1899 (apart from "In Haven (Capri)", which was a reworking of his 1897 "Love alone will stay"). The premiere was on 5 October 1899 at the Norfolk and Norwich Festival with Elgar himself conducting and Clara Butt singing, dressed as a mermaid. On 7 October, Clara Butt gave the first London performance at St. James's Hall, with Elgar at the piano. Nearly two weeks later, on 20 October, Butt performed it for Queen Victoria at Balmoral. Until August 1900, Elgar's songs had been published by Novello: but Elgar had a disagreement with them, and from then his songs, including "The Pipes of Pan" and Sea Pictures were published by Boosey & Hawkes, who bought the copyright for £50, with a small royalty per copy of the songs published separately. Sea Pictures was published in the following languages: German: See-Bilder with words by Dr. Wilhelm Henzen French: Marines with words by George Petilleau. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_Pictures Buy the CD here: http://www.amazon.com/Elgar-Cello-Concerto-Sea-Pictures/dp/B000VSURC2/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1393951422&sr=8-5&keywords=barbirolli+elgar+baker
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Edward Elgar (1857-1934) Sea Pictures, song cycle for alto, organ & orchestra, Op. 37 1. Sea Slumber Song 0:00 2. In Haven (Capri) 5:52 3. Sabbath Morning at Sea 6:46 4. Where corals lie 11:40 5. The swimmer 15:20 Sarah Connolly, mezzo-soprano Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and Chorus Conducted by Simon Wright 2006 _
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In this tutorial I`ll show You easy way to improve Your photos look, it`s an amazing and easy to make effect :) You can download Gimp software for free from Gimp.org site
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These unexplained pictures will leave scratching your head. Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] Description: A picture is said to be worth a thousand words, though fact versus fable can be difficult to determine when evidence is limited and theories run wild. Stories associated with these images are not easy to explain or even not at all probable. Since the beginning of time, man has bared witness to the strange and unexplainable. With no cameras or smartphones to capture these moments, the ancients would scribe what they saw on stone. Lucky for us, today we have the technology to see things that the human eye does not. For example... A father takes a photo of his daughter one afternoon while the two were together outside and no one else around. When the picture is developed, you can clearly see a man in a space suit standing a few feet behind the little girl. Where did he come from? What about the mysterious old lady seen calmly taking photographs of the chaos that proceeded the gunshots that fateful day in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963, when John F. Kennedy was assassinated? There are pictures to prove her presence but no records of her existence...intrigued yet? See mind boggling images that even the most skeptical of the skeptics may have a hard time disputing. Everything from the mysterious death of Elisa Lam, pyramids on the moon, sea monsters to unidentified flying objects hovering around our planets atmosphere, are all captured. Check out the video and see for yourself. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Featuring: Babushka Lady Hessdalen Lights Hook Island Sea Monster Solway Firth Spaceman S.S. Watertown Ghosts Black Knight Satellite Copper Falling Body Geophone Rock Anomaly Goddard's Squadron Photograph The Mysterious Case Of Elisa Lam ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/
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Here are 10 things you probably didn't know about their surprisingly somewhat-complex lives of sea urchins. "Is this a predation event that we are witnessing? We might be witnessing some deep-sea predation here." [NOAA] Ah, the life of a sea urchin. Just floating around in the ocean and... What do sea urchins do, anyway? Here are 10 things you probably didn't know about their surprisingly somewhat-complex lives. Number 10. Some hang around for a long time. The red variety can live for about 200 years, making them among the longest lasting creatures on Earth. That means it's entirely possible that there's still an urchin out there who crossed paths with Lewis & Clark. Number 9. They don't have brains. The movements of their tubular feet are controlled by a simple nerve ring. It's relatively small, and most of their interior space is filled with digestive, water-carrying, and reproductive organs. Number 8. Sea urchins have teeth which come together and form a beak of sorts called an Aristotle's lantern. "Each urchin has 5 teeth which are self-sharpening and are replaced every few months." [BBC] Number 7. Being prickly isn't their only line of defense. Sea urchins can also use their spines to burrow into small rock enclosures when extra safety measures are required. Number 6. Their spines are also light sensitive. That's how they get a sense of where they are. In fact, their ability to differentiate between varying intensities of bright and dark is so sensitive, it gives them visual abilities equal to some sea creature that have eyes. Number 5. Sea urchins reproduce in groups. The process starts with males releasing sperm into the water. Then, the females come along and throw some eggs into the mix. When the two combine, a baby sea urchin will soon enter the world. Number 4. Our planet may be saved by them. Well, by studying and mimicking them, anyway. When sea urchins create their exoskeletons they use nickel ions to trap the carbon dioxide needed for its development. Scientists are currently testing how effective nickel nanoparticles are at converting larger amounts of CO2 into carbonate. Number 3. They're highly sought-after snacks. Oceans are filled with creatures looking to feast on sea urchins. Among them are sea otters, wolf eels, octopuses, and triggerfish. Number 2. Humans like them too. Some people even eat sea urchins while they're still alive, cutting them open with a pair of scissors and slurping out their insides. Number 1. Sea urchins are excellent judges of water quality. When water starts to go bad, they're among the first creatures to react to its diminishing condition. Telltale behaviors include the collapsing of spines, slowed movement, and, sadly, death.
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How far would you go to get the perfect shot? How about into the icy waters off Russia's White Sea, which runs along its northwestern coast? Maybe not? That's okay. Moscow-based photographer and marine biologist Alexander Semenov did it for you. Serving as the head of the White Sea Biological Station’s diving team, Semenov willingly jumped into the frigid waters to take pictures of these serene, luminous creatures. Aside from braving the cold, Semenov is also willing to get pretty close to the jellies, which can have dangerous stinging parts.
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It’s no longer enough to care for our oceans one fish at a time. http://www.pewtrusts.org/oceanscience. Looking at the ocean with a wide-angle lens reveals changing ecosystems, vibrant marine life, and a pulsing coastal economy. From swirling sea turtles trekking across a great expanse and fishing vessels returning with the day’s catch, to deep sea corals in the deepest trench and warming waters from a changing climate—all of these activities are interconnected. Many scientists, including former NOAA Administrator Jane Lubchenco, know that managing our marine fisheries means stepping away from the traditional species-by-species approach and taking a look at the bigger picture. The health of our oceans will depend on our ability to understand and account for the interactions among species, their environment, and the people who rely upon them for food, commerce, and sport. This comprehensive approach is called ecosystem-based fisheries management. “We need to think about the whole as we manage the piece,” says Lubchenco. “We really need to be thinking about not just individual species, but the other parts of the ecosystem, the habitat, the prey, the competitors, the predators—all those pieces that interact.” Jane Lubchenco, Ph.D., a Pew marine fellow and professor at Oregon State University, is passionate about promoting the discovery and use of scientific knowledge in policy and management. Under her leadership, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration focused on returning fisheries to sustainability and profitability and restoring the oceans and coasts to a healthy state. She was most vocal about the way the world’s oceans are interconnected and her conviction that we must manage them accordingly. Making the transition to ecosystem-based fisheries management will help meet the rising and urgent challenges of dynamic, changing and imperiled ocean environments. Important habitats must be protected, forage fish must be carefully managed to account for their role in the food web, and the waste of nontarget wildlife, or bycatch, must be reduced to shore up the resilience of our oceans. Learn more about ecosystem-based fisheries management: http://www.pewtrusts.org/en/research-and-analysis/fact-sheets/2014/03/20/ecosystembased-fisheries-management Learn more about Jane Lubchenco: http://mytilus.science.oregonstate.edu/
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New David Attenborough series Dynasties coming soon! Watch the first trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWI1eCbksdE --~-- As the females come into season, the young bull sea lions decide to try their luck on the beach, but the older bulls are having none of it. Narrated by Sir David Attenborough. Subscribe to BBC Earth: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSubBBC Earth YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/BBCEarth BBC Earth Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bbcearth (ex-UK only) BBC Earth Twitter http://www.twitter.com/bbcearth Visit http://www.bbcearth.com for all the latest animal news and wildlife videos This is a channel from BBC Studios who help fund new BBC programmes.
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Dr. David Freestone, Sargasso Sea Alliance, joins Thom Hartmann. For tonight's Green Report we go to the Sargasso Sea where the United States - United Kingdom - Bermuda and other governments have signed onto a declaration - Unfortunately - the area is also prone to pollution - and is feeling the effects of climate change.
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Here are 18 facts about Sea Urchins to help gain a better understanding of these incredible creatures. They are a fascinating species far different from any other species we know, and here we delve into the wonder of these wonderful creatures. Synopsis There are around 200 species of sea urchins that are found across oceans around the world Sea urchins are found in warmer waters on ocean floors close to coral reefs They are a threatened species due to overfishing and pollution They range in size from between 1.2 to 3.9 inches in diameter. They have globe like shape which is covered in long spines and their bodies have a radial symmetry. They are protected by a shell formed of bony plates providing protection for the softer inner organs. They vary in colour depending in the species of the sea urchin. However the majority are black, brown, purple, red or green in color. They have five rows of paired feet on the underside of their body. These feet have suckers in them which means they can grip the ocean floor. Amongst the spines on their bodies are claw like structures which are known as pedicellariae that are used for protection against predators and also to collect food. There are species of sea urchin that also have spikes that are filled with venom They have a unique type of mouth called "Aristotle's lantern". The mouth has five sharp teeth which they use to drill holes in rocks They are omnivores by nature consuming both animals and plant life such as algae sea weed plankton and Other orgainc mattet The main predators of sea urchins are humans sunflower stars crabs fish birds and Sea urchins mate in the spring time and reproduce by releasing eggs and sperm cells in to the water in a process called external fertilization. the Fertilized egg will then go through a larval stage before it becomes a grown adult. Whilst the sea urchin is in its larval stage It will swim with other types of tiny creatures as part of zooplankton Sea urchins live up to 30 years. In fact the red sea urchin lives up to 200 years making it the longest living creature Sea urchins are not aggressive creatures however if they are touched most sea urchins will try to defend themselves using their spines and some species have spines that can pierce a divers suit. Some species like thr purple sea urchin, have an another defense mechanism called thepedicellarines which are tiny, jaw-like structures which clasp onto a diver's skin and inject a powerful poison. They are nestled down between re spines and are difficult to come into contact with unless the diver impales them self on it
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Please watch in HD!!!!!!! We Would like to thank Aussie Reels also (couldn't find their logo) my reel worked like a boss up there and didn't have one problem! hit them up! The Dripping Wet Picture boys are at it again in the Coral Sea, We headed all the way out to Willis Island on an exploration trip to find giant dogtooth tuna. We found them! but also lots of hungry sharks.... that like eating monster dogtooth tuna..... Special Thanks to Bianca Charters Divers in clip: Tim Knight Luke Pattrick Shown in Clip: Travis Hogan Ashley Walsh Daryl Clark Dale Brisbane Antony Sercombe Song - Medicine - Daughter
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Did you know any of these amazing and scary deep sea creatures? It's hard to believe these bizarre animals exist. Subscribe: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg 'Hatchet Fish' footage by Filmic Art : www.filmicart.com For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] Description: There is a vast world below the ocean that we have yet to discover in its entirety. While we seem to know nearly everything about the land, the sea still leaves much to be desired. As you go down into the depths of the ocean, you’ll notice a lot will change. For one, you’ll begin to be immersed in darkness. Second, the pressure will change. So, the creatures that have been discovered deep in the oceanic depths are quite different biologically, and they can be quite terrifying to look at. But once we begin to understand them, we can start to learn more about our existence, and even come closer to curing diseases and solving some of the world’s most complex mysteries. However, the sea creatures that have been discovered recently have shown to be just downright creepy and terrifying. You probably recall the Angler Fish, especially if you’re seen the Disney movie, “Finding Nemo”. If you didn’t realize that this fish is the real deal, get ready for new additions to your nightmares. It wasn’t a work of fiction or some messed up fantasy of some Disney Imagineer. The fish that we see in this video is actually female, and the male is a small weakling, wandering the sea to find a female with her pheromones. The male then attaches itself to the female and becomes a parasite. Every part of the male merges with the female except for the testicles, which the female uses to impregnate herself. Jokes aside, this is quite a fascinating process despite how creepy it is. Similar to the angler fish is the Viper Fish, which has a natural extra attachment that illuminates in the darkness of the sea with the purpose of attracting prey. The blob fish is a creature that you wonder what God was smoking or shooting up when he decided to create the blob fish. This fish has no bones, and literally just hangs out on the ocean floor and hopes that food comes to its mouth. Whether you want to worship the blob fish for its epic level of laziness or wonder how in the world the species is still in existence with such an apathetic demeanor, it’s still creepy to look at. Then we have the goblin shark, which is pretty much like the underwater version of the alien from the movie “Alien” due to its protruding mouth. The goblin shark has a large snout and needle-like teeth that are sharp and deadly. For a completely random sea creature, we have the Christmas Tree Worms, which really look like tiny walking fir trees that come in different colors. The branches or hair-like appendages help them breathe as well as consume phytoplankton. Then we have the sea pig, which looks nothing like the pigs we have on land. But instead the sea pig is a multi-tubed foot sea creature that is closely related to the sea cucumber. It eats by pulling water and absorbing organic food. Quite innovative, even though it looks creepy. For more creepy sea creatures, check out the rest of the video for more. Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Featuring: Goblin Shark Sea Pig Deep Sea Hatchet Fish Blob Fish Christmas Tree Worms Flamingo Tongue Snail Vampire Squid Axolotl Viper Fish Angler Fish ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/
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Escape from the Room of the Picture of the Sea Walkthrough Video YominoKagura Escape from the Room of the Picture of the Sea GamePlay :: http://yominokagura.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-53.html
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The Sargasso Sea occupies almost two thirds of the North Atlantic Ocean. Within this sea, circling ocean currents accumulate mats of Sargassum seaweed that shelter a surprising variety of fishes, snails, crabs, and other small animals. A recent paper by MBARI researchers shows that in 2011 and 2012 this animal community was much less diverse than it was in the early 1970s, when the last detailed studies were completed in this region. This study shows that animal communities in the Sargasso Sea are definitely changing. The next step is to find out why. Special thanks to: Schmidt Ocean Institute for support and funding KAI Institute, Don Montague & Joe Brock Debbie Nail Meyer Carola Buchner NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio Monterey Bay Aquarium Wikipedia / World Ocean Atlas (CC BY-SA 3.0) Video producer: Susan vonThun Script and narration: Susan vonThun Production support: Lonny Lundsten, Kyra Schlining, Nancy Jacobsen Stout, Judith Connor, Christine Huffard, Ken Smith Music: "Aqua lounge", www.freestockmusic.com MBARI press release: http://www.mbari.org/news/news_releases/2014/sargasso/sargasso-release.html Original journal article: C.L. Huffard, S. von Thun, A.D. Sherman, K. Sealey and K.L. Smith, Jr. (2014) Pelagic Sargassum community change over a 40-year period: temporal and spatial variability. Marine Biology, http://rd.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00227-014-2539-y
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Lenka's official music video for 'Everything At Once'. Click to listen to Lenka on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/LenkaSpotify?IQid=LenkaEAO As featured on Two. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/TwoAlbum?IQid=LenkaEAO Google Play: http://smarturl.it/EATGPlay?IQid=LenkaEAO Amazon: http://smarturl.it/LenkaTwoAmazon?IQid=LenkaEAO More From Lenka The Show: https://youtu.be/elsh3J5lJ6g Trouble Is A Friend: https://youtu.be/QHpvlr_kG6U Heart Skips A Beat: https://youtu.be/DW8rg6XeP3U More great 00s videos here: http://smarturl.it/Ultimate00?IQid=LenkaEAO Follow Lenka Website: http://lenkamusic.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lenka Twitter: https://twitter.com/lenkamusic Instagram: https://instagram.com/lenkamusic/ Subscribe to Lenka on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/LenkaSub?IQid=LenkaEAO --------- Lyrics: As sly as a fox, as strong as an ox As fast as a hare, as brave as a bear As free as a bird, as neat as a word As quiet as a mouse, as big as a house All I wanna be, all I wanna be, oh All I wanna be is everything As mean as a wolf, as sharp as a tooth As deep as a bite, as dark as the night As sweet as a song, as right as a wrong As long as a road, as ugly as a toad As pretty as a picture hanging from a fixture Strong like a family, strong as I wanna be Bright as day, as light as play As hard as nails, as grand as a whale
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Ian Dejardin, Sackler Director of Dulwich Picture Gallery introduces the first UK exhibition dedicated to Emily Carr - one of Canada’s most beloved and esteemed artists, virtually unknown outside Canada. The exhibition will trace a dramatic trajectory from darkness to light. Visitors will first encounter Carr’s brooding, often claustrophobic forest scenes and the show will culminate in a display of Carr’s later euphoric sky paintings, rhythmic light-filled beach scenes and clear-cut landscapes. Linking these two displays will be an intimate look at Carr’s explorations of the aboriginal coastal communities, bringing together a carefully selected sampling of her sketchbooks, writings, smaller watercolours and drawings, as well as related archival photography. In this transition from darkness to light, we will discover Carr the inquisitive documentarian, encountering a culture and a landscape that challenged her way of seeing and understanding the world. The exhibition is curated by Canadian Art Critic and Journalist Sarah Milroy and Dulwich Picture Gallery Sackler Director Ian AC Dejardin. From the Forest to the Sea: Emily Carr in British Columbia has been organised by Dulwich Picture Gallery and the Art Gallery of Ontario with the generous collaboration of the National Gallery of Canada, Vancouver Art Gallery and the Royal BC Museum, BC Archives.
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❧ I do not own anything, all rights belong to CocoRosie ❧ CocoRosie - official website: http://www.cocorosiemusic.com/ CocoRosie - The Sea is Calm C'est l'histoire d'un homme Au coeur de bois La mer est calme Sous l'écran de la caméra Comme une ampoule electrique grillée Dans un seau d'eau The sea is calm through the video camera Like a dead light bulb In a bucket of water Yes in a bucket of water The sea is calm through hand made lenses Like animals in soundless dream Like animals in bottles of butter A miniature sailboat tin foil and paper The waves are big and there's a warm wind Il est sous le feu des projecteurs D'un soleil cassé Il a jeté son corps comme une ancre Comme un morceau de sucre Et s'est dissout He's in the spotlight of a broken sun He dropped his body like an anchor Like a lump of sugar And he dissolved On the anniversary of his death She drew a beautiful picture of a whale She drew a picture of a whale She drew a beautiful picture of a whale
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Video Image 4K Channels: http://www.videoimage4k.com Videobilder Channels: http://www.videobilder.eu Recording date: 08-2014 Camera: Panasonic Lumix GH4 Original recordings: 4K Ultra HD 3840x2160p / 100 Mbit/s / 30fps You-Tube upload quality: 4K Ultra HD 3840x2160p / 50 Mbit/s / 30fps Video Editing Software: Magix Video Pro X6 Note: Video Pictures are without sound, just like photos! Enjoy the picture in 4K resolution and explore all details.
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Nikon D7100 Pictures Taken - Indoor Picture Quality Test - Sharp Not Blurry Pics By Beginner raindrops pics These are some Nikon Camera D7100 picture samples to show you some natural light samples of Nikon D7100 picture quality. I am a beginner and know very little about DSLR camers . So when these Nikon D7100 pictures were taken, I was really very happy with the camera picture quality of the new Nikon D7100 picture info ! Music by kevin macleod, , source http://incompetech.com/ If you are just a starter like me about waves pics water pics and sea pics of waves pictures of water and images of sea just start by taking pics in the regular camera settings and play around a bit after a while to get variations in D7100 pics, to take more new D7100 pic samples. To know more about waves pics water pics and sea pics of waves pictures of water and images of sea the Nikon D7100 pic quality ow to take and h Nikon D7100 pictures, check out my upcoming videos on this camera and videos of Nikon D7100 picture samples for more D7100 images, D7100 pics, and clear D7100 images, to understand how to take non blurry D7100 pictures,and get crisp and sharp nikon D7100 pictures taken which is a matter of pride for you ! pictures not clicked by me. Nikon D7100 Pictures Taken - Indoor Picture Quality Test - Sharp Not Blurry Pics By Beginner
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Everybody wishes to see sunset near a sea or beautiful place. But a few people are lucky to enjoy that. Here we are showing you the sunset in Cox's Bazar (Bangladesh). Please watch our videos and subscribe our channel for more videos.
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Behind the scenes photos from the Irwin Allen TV series, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. A few pictures might have slipped in from the movie. Beyond the Sea sung by Bobby Darin.
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Today I bought some fresh fish from Pike Place Market in downtown Seattle and I will be cooking up tasty Grilled Asian Sea Bass with a Sweet Soy Ginger sauce. This recipe is very quick and easy to make, perfect for a weeknight dinner. For those people who don't normally like fish, this recipe might just change your mind. Enjoy~ INGREDIENTS (fish): 1/2 Ib. sea bass (per person) fresh cilantro, chopped garlic powder sea salt INGREDIENTS (sweet soy ginger sauce): 4 Tbsp. soy sauce, low sodium 2 Tbsp. water 1 Tbsp. cane sugar serrano peppers, sliced ginger, sliced This is Part 1 of a 3 Part Series of Asian Inspired Recipes using fresh ingredients from Pike Place Market. Click here to watch the short trailer for this video series: http://youtu.be/RXLBFcTVxwQ Subscribe to my channel & be the first to watch my new videos!
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