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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