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Underwater Photo Location: Windmill Point Quarry

Underwater Photo Location: Windmill Point Quarry

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Popular local quarry for training dives. Usually lots of divers on weekends and this affects viz. Great photo dive mid week.
Facts about Windmill Point Quarry
  • It is in Canada
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
shorenightfreshwater

Marine Life
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by David Gilchrist
Pumpkinseed Sunfish

by David Gilchrist
'Tending the nest' . Male Bluegill sunfish attending to its nest.

by David Gilchrist
Bluegill Sunfish

by David Gilchrist
Male Bluegill Sunfish 'tending' nest, Windmill Quarry, Ontario. SeaLife DC1000

by David Gilchrist
Bluegill Sunfish. Photo taken at local quarry, Windmill Point, near Lake Erie. Sea Life DC1000.

by David Gilchrist
Bluegill Sunfish C/U, Windmill Point Quarry near Lake Erie

by David Gilchrist
Sunfish swims past quarry wall.

by David Gilchrist
Quarry Reflection

by David Gilchrist
Nesting Bluegill Sunfish, 1

by David Gilchrist
Freshwater Aquatic Plant, #1

by David Gilchrist
Root Study 1. I find these to be an interesting 'still life' underwater subject in freshwater.

by David Gilchrist
Freshwater 'Bait Ball' or 'Bass run'. I've never witnessed such a large school of recently hatched bass. This 'cloud' swam over my head, so image is looking toward the surface. Encountered several groups all being 'protected' by an adult.

by David Gilchrist
Cropped image C/U of Aquatic Plant

by David Gilchrist
Male Bluegill tending nest in spring.

by David Gilchrist
The U/W photographer, Image #1

by David Gilchrist
The Underwater Photographer-Image # 2

by David Gilchrist
Young bass move along the bottom in shallow water.

by David Gilchrist
Fish 'hang out' among the vegetation in a local quarry close to Lake Erie.

by David Gilchrist
Nesting male Pumpkinseed Sunfish

by David Gilchrist
Curious Bass emerging form under a ledge in local quarry.

by David Gilchrist
Test shots with Canon s 100 in a local quarry, Bass yawning.

by David Gilchrist
Test shots with Canon S100 in a local quarry. Bluegill Sunfish.

by David Gilchrist
A portrait of a Pumpkinseed Sunfish taken a local quarry. Canon S100

by David Gilchrist
Another portrait of Pumpkinseed Sunfish. Canon S 100

by David Gilchrist
Bass sp. Canon S100, 1/1000 f/8 Flash 1/16 power

by David Gilchrist
Quarry vegetation, Canon S100

by David Gilchrist
Sunfish 1

by David Gilchrist
Sunfish2

by David Gilchrist
Bass in local quarry.

by David Gilchrist
View of a popular Quarry diving site near Lake Erie-Windmill Point Quarry.

by David Gilchrist
Aquatic Vegetation in local quarry

by David Gilchrist
Bluegill Sunfish -a common freshwater species

by David Gilchrist
Crappie with tree stump, in local quarry

by David Gilchrist
Lone Bass, in local quarry.

by David Gilchrist
Quarry Vegetation 1, local quarry dive

by David Gilchrist
Quarry Vegetation 2, local quarry dive.

by David Gilchrist
Lone Bass with wideangle in Local Quarry.

by David Gilchrist
Colourful Pumpkinseed Sunfish with wide-angle, in local quarry

by David Gilchrist
A Bluegill sunfish models for a portrait in a local Quarry close to Lake Erie.

by David Gilchrist
A Bluegill Sunfish photographed in local Quarry near Lake Erie in Southern Ontario.

by David Gilchrist
A male Bluegill Sunfish in local Quarry.

by David Gilchrist
A male Bluegill Sunfish in a local Quarry.
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