“Battle of the Natsu-yasumi,” a photo series by Fumio Nabata, presents a unique underwater perspective of goldfish scooping, a traditional game typically played at summer festivals in Japan.

Via Pink Tentacle and a desgana.

Talking of underwater photography; there is a pretty interesting talk about the power of photography by National Geographic's David Griffin over at the TED website. The talk is ok, some great shots and that, but if you cannot be bothered to go through the 14 odd minutes of the talk I strongly suggest you forward the video to the 12 minute mark for a particularly curious anecdote concerning this picture of a Leopard seal by Paul Nicklen: