Michael Magers presents a selection of images from my time diving with the Ama, Japan’s aging female free-divers. A dwindling group of women in the 60s and 70s who still employ ancient techniques and equipment to hunt for valuable abalone and sea urchin in the waters off the Japanese coast.
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