32 stunning photos that take you inside the dangerous, deadly, and never-before-seen world of Nicaraguan lobster divers
A massive blizzard slammed the US in mid-February 2007. The day after the storm abated, I sat in my apartment, logged onto Kayak, and began considering my options for an upcoming weeklong vacation.
I settled on Nicaragua, but little did I know that what began as a backpacking trip would eventually turn into an award-winning documentary film project covering one of the most dangerous industries on the planet: commercial lobster diving. The five-year project would bring onboard film producer and cinematographer Brad Allgood and cinematographer Isabelle Carbonell.
This is the inside look at life onboard a real-life lobster boat.
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