by Miryam Muller in

Exciting parts of a nature documentary are often when the camera dips lower, lower, and finally goes underwater. Its a magical moment when light dapples, colours saturate, time slows and we know we’re are on the “other side”.  American photographer Neil Craver has made the effort to venture into such uncharted territories and he’s brought his camera with him; documenting the lovely nymphettes who wallow there. A strange but beautiful study of the human form under the influence of H2O.