Every now and then a photograph pops up out-of-the-blue and demands ones full attention. Take, for example, Ukrainian photographer Anton Surkov's monochrome masterpieces. Utterly captivating, aren't they?
Then there's Zena Holloway, the Persian self-taught photographer and director who focuses on capturing subaquaeous high-profile editorial shots.
Finally, it's the work of Bruce Mozert, a pioneer of underwater photography in the thirties, that's peaked our interest. He regularly captured day-to-day subaquatic scenes, often featuring screen star Marilyn Monroe, underwater - where else?