Photographs of saltmarsh plants underwater. Few flowering plants are capable of surviving inundation by Sea water even fewer can thrive, known as Halaphytes a small number of Saltmarsh plants have evolved to tolerate this extreme environment. Photographs of these plants underwater in this marine environment are also uncommon. Baz has been working on this for a number of years now,on the marshes of North Norfolk, often hindered by high sediment i.e murky North Sea waters, cold and windy conditions a small portfolio is developing of these unusual flowering plants in their real element. at low tide attached sea weeds can look like dried shriveled dirty strands entangled in some plants but when the tide covers them the various seaweeds attached to some plants come to life and the variable and interesting light can add another dimension to these images. keep an eye on this gallery as I have many more to update it shortly.