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Fish and divers swim around Doug Aitken's "pavilions" underwater art installation on Catalina Island on Wednesday, November 2, 2016 in Avalon, California. The underwater art installation "pavilions," by Doug Aitken partnered with Parley for the Oceans consists of a trio of geometric structures moored underwater in the Casino Point dive park. Some sides of the structure are mirrored, others open to enable SCUBA divers and snorkelers to swim inside and experience a Kaleidoscope-like effect. Photo by Patrick T. Fallon/For The New York Times
Fish and divers swim around Doug Aitken’s “pavilions” underwater art installation on Catalina Island on Wednesday, November 2, 2016 in Avalon, California. The underwater art installation “pavilions,” by Doug Aitken partnered with Parley for the Oceans consists of a trio of geometric structures moored underwater in the Casino Point dive park. Some sides of the structure are mirrored, others open to enable SCUBA divers and snorkelers to swim inside and experience a Kaleidoscope-like effect. Photo by Patrick T. Fallon/For The New York Times

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Go n follow Parley.tv n educate yourself about our planet n the effect we have on its oceans.

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