This documentary explores the diverse types of aquatic life that live in California’s underwater state parks. The focus of this film is on ecology and aquatic diversity but also mentioned are the relationship between land and sea along California’s coastline, and the types of diving possible in individual parks.
Item consists of a photograph of someone diving from a cliff, likely Queen Victoria's Rock in Lake Rousseau Muskoka. It is mounted on brown card, with an inscription that reads "VICTORIA ROCK 37'" below the image. On the verso in pencil is inscribed: "WRBenson / 1918".
Item is a colour print featuring an image of three men standing with diving tanks labelled "Ektachrome 100". Printed around the image reads "The Kodak Diving Team / Merry Christmas and a / 'Vericolorful' New Year / When your life depends on it...Ektachrome". The verso features a label that notes the date and issue, with subject info "Kodak Diving Team from Australia, with special printed Ektachrome tanks." It was printed on page 8 of Vol. 1 No. 3 of In Focus.