Refrigerator Art

by

Larry "Harris" Taylor, Ph.D.

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A number of years ago I received a request from someone at the Diver's Alert Network for a copy of everything listed in my Oxygen bibliography. Because this was a large shipment and the recipient known to me, I added a box of Crayola coloring crayons with a note suggesting that the volume of reading would exceed his current supply of crayons. So, in the interests of dive safety, I was including a new set of crayons to facilitate his utilization of the furnished material. 

A few weeks later, I received the images below. Art of this magnitude deserves to be shared. It also demonstrates the mature versatility of our diving community. (g)

 The art gallery

The masterpiece

Photo Credit:

Un-named member of the diving community (initials are Jeff Bertsch)

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About The Author:

 Larry "Harris" Taylor, Ph.D. is a biochemist and Diving Safety Coordinator at the University of Michigan. He has authored more than 100 scuba related articles. His personal dive library (See Alert Diver, Mar/Apr, 1997, p. 54) is considered one of the best recreational sources of information In North America.

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