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Eco-Photo Explorersrers (EPE) is a New York based organization formed in 1994 to help promote public interest in protecting the underwater environment through knowledge and awareness using underwater photography. Photography, multimedia presentations, lectures and freelance writing are all utilized to achieve this goal.

Our photography and writing have been featured in many national and international publications such as National Geographic Adventure, Immersed, Advanced Diver, Discover Diving, Diver Magazine, Lighthouse Digest and WW II Magazine as well as used by several educational and environmental organizations like the JASON Project (founded by Robert Ballard), Beneath the Sea, Boston Sea Rovers, Our World Underwater, Long Island Divers Association and the Atlantis Marine World Aquarium. For a complete list of other forums we have presented at, please review our references web page.

We have a large collection of high-resolution stock images of underwater photography which consists of, but not limited to underwater marine life, coral, reef formations, shipwrecks and other scuba diving related photography from around the world. We can also provide high-resolution stock images of insects, nature, wildlife and many exotic travel destinations. Our site also provides related information on all aspects of scuba diving, underwater photography, dive travel destinations and weather.

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Official News: Old Ponquogue Bridge Shall Remain!

Ponquogue Bridge
It has been officially determined that the Ponquogue Bridge South, a local Long Island Scuba Diving gem, is structurally sound and will remain in place.

Last Fall, the Long Island Divers Association (LIDA) was informed that the Town of Southampton was going to remove the Old Ponquogue Bridge due to the damage incurred during Hurricane Sandy. LIDA immediately met with the Town Engineer, Town Trustees, the Town Board, and the Town Supervisor, Anna Throne Hoist, to discuss the importance of the Bridge to not only the dive community but to the boating, and fishing community as well.

Barry Lipsky, President of LIDA, asked the Town to hire a Marine Inspection Agency to perform tests to the pilings, girders, joists, and decking before making any final decisions. The Town of Southampton granted this request and had the tests performed over the last few months. The tests results in general determined that only minimal work needed to be performed on the pilings. The Bridge therefore shall remain.

The Southampton Press wrote this week:

Mr. Warner said the ecosystem underneath the southern pier should remain almost completely as it is, as most of the work required for that structure would take place above water.

The town is still waiting to hear back about a $1.5 million grant that it applied for through the Federal Emergency Management Agency for relief following Hurricane Sandy. If received, that money would finance the renovations to both piers. However, if that grant money does not come through, the town has set aside more than $1 million to pay for the repairs.

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