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Underwater Photo Location: BHB, West Palm Beach

Underwater Photo Location: BHB, West Palm Beach

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Blue Heron Bridge is a Muck dive of the Intercoastal waterway in Palm Beach shores. Lots of creatures migrate using the Gulfstream current and stop here to mate and feed. It is a great for any king of underwater photography. During the winter we have seen flabellinas mating and at the begining of May frog fish are coming back in April we saw baby octopus getting bigger. In October families of Manatees came by. In september we saw schools of spotted eagles...Seahorses all year round. This site is magical and you better open your eyes because you never know what u are going to find.
The access point is from shore at the beach but divers can also get dropped off by boat. Is best to dive one hr before hight tide since when the tide turns the current is very strong specially close to full and new moon and the water turns to liquid mud.
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by Ximena Olds
Dotos have a big witch nose! ;)

by Ximena Olds
Dragonette face shot. Nikon D700 105 mm Subsee 10+ Ikelite strobes and housing

by Jeri Curley
This guy posed for my camera at Blue Heron Bridge, Riviera Beach, Florida.

by Jeri Curley
This is one of the smallest Searobins I've seen--only 2 inches long. Found at Blue Heron Bridge.

by Kevin Bryant
Like a Brooklyn rooftop. Mystery reef at BHB.

by Kevin Bryant
An issue, sometimes, with diving at BHB, is that it can be difficult to get the banded coral shrimp and yellowline arrow crabs to stay out of the way. . .

by Kevin Bryant
Not the most colorful of seahorses, but a spot or two of color here and there.

by Kevin Bryant
I fumbled around in a panic when he yawned (belched?) and only got one shot off. I'd *still* love to shoot a sailfin blenny some day, but nobody'll show me one. . . :-)

by Kevin Bryant
They seem to generally be shy about showing their pretty "suckers". . .

by Kevin Bryant
Oddly, ran across this guy on the same dive as with the pink one - the only dive at the bridge on which I've found *any* froggies.

by Kevin Bryant
Might he have thought that he was wearing his orange outfit?

by Kevin Bryant
These guys seem to never stop moving. . .

by Kevin Bryant
Interspecies hide-and-seek. Nobody will find me a gaping pikeblenny, neither. . . :-)

by Kevin Bryant
An amazingly large helmet conch visited the bridge back in early July.

by Kevin Bryant
Afraid I overdid the photoshop thing here. . .

by Kevin Bryant
Not sure whether he was tasting or spitting at me.

by Kevin Bryant
Was this hybrid's daddy a triggerfish??

by Kevin Bryant
Bank Seabass, I believe.

by Kevin Bryant

by Kevin Bryant

by Kevin Bryant
Sharp teef

by Kevin Bryant
Decorator up close. Nearly four feet of viz at the bridge at low tide yesterday.

by Kevin Bryant
I must have spent 45 minutes waiting for the eggs to show up, but if they're in there, I couldn't see em. Managed to also get some video of him doing some housekeeping, too. How can he be spitting sand if he's keeping eggs in there??

by Kevin Bryant
The jellies have been an issue of late. Seems the only times I've seen these things with their mouths open has been when they're vacuuming up injured jellyfish.

by Kevin Bryant
Don't do it!!

by Kevin Bryant
Finally a critter with a bit of color.

by Kevin Bryant
An up close study of Rusty Cuyler's blemishes.

by Kevin Bryant
Another blenny.

by Kevin Bryant
Spring was in the air.

by Kevin Bryant
Where's the saddle??

by Kevin Bryant
Blue Spotted Searobin

by Kevin Bryant
This creature was oblivious to me for the 45 minutes or so that I spent with my port within a few inches of him as he worked away on his hole in the sand.

by Kevin Bryant
Do you know what time it is??

by Kevin Bryant
He went for me, but all he got was a mouthful of algae. . .

by Kevin Bryant
Another one that went for me, but came away with nothing but a toenail. . .

by Kevin Bryant
Yet another narrow escape. . .

by Kevin Bryant
lovely lashed hermit

by Kevin Bryant
another blenny

by Kevin Bryant
Don't know whether the lower jaw situation is a developmental thing or from an injury. . .

by Kevin Bryant
Wuz nearly gummed to death by this one. . .

by Kevin Bryant
Looks like a long drop from this tube thingy.

by Kevin Bryant
Standoff. . .

by Kevin Bryant

by Kevin Bryant
Houdini act. . .

by Kevin Bryant
these guys don't seem to want to make eye contact. . .

by Kevin Bryant

by Kevin Bryant
Well, it *coulda* been a froggie. . .

by Kevin Bryant
Keep on Truckin. . .

by Kevin Bryant
Only learnt recently that scallops have eyes.

by Kevin Bryant
Have only run across these things over at the "east" side of the bridge site.

by Ximena Olds
LOve birds!...I mean Dragonettes Nikon D7000 105mm VR Ikelite strobes and housing 1/100 at f/32

by Ximena Olds
Baby Seahorse Portrait

by Ximena Olds
Dondice Occidentalis Nikon D7000 105mmVR Ikelite strobes and housing

by Kevin Bryant
Running low on new shots. Need to get back in the water. Don't even have a car wreck for an excuse. :-)

by Kevin Bryant
Twice ran across plumed scorpionfish on my last journey to the bridge. Had never seen them and was all excited about finding some big frogfish walking on the bottom. But, alas, these guys also walk. Still, pretty cool to this rookie. :-)

by Kevin Bryant
Slim pickings at the bridge this weekend. Tried the north side of the east "little" bridge at low tide. Right spooky with the bad viz and serious current for most of the dive.

by Ximena Olds
Dance of the Flabellinas

by Suzan Meldonian
A burst of color - a feather duster buds right into the lens

by Suzan Meldonian
another hermit crab cuteness... couldn't pass this up.

by Jeri Curley
I was taking a picture of a cute little crab when an eye appeared behind it. Octopus eating a crab!

by Suzan Meldonian
Well developed Sgt. Major egglings... with tails! 10x subsee Easter Egg hunt

by Ximena Olds
Spider with eggs…nice and round. About 3 mm

by Matt Heath
A seaweed blenny finds a home in what others call trash.

by Matt Heath
Arrow Crab Eating Down to the Bone

by Matt Heath
Octopus Eye

by Jeri Curley
Lucky find a Blue Heron Bridge today!

by Jeri Curley
This pike blenny "admires" himself in the mirror.

by Jeri Curley
A great find at Blue Heron today. This seahorse hid well in this sponge.

by Jeri Curley
Another find at Blue Heron.

by Jeri Curley
Seahorse find at Blue Heron!

by Jeri Curley
Seahorse swimming over to visit his friend.

by Suzan Meldonian
Sharpnose puffer shot with the 10x while swimming!

by Ximena Olds
Blenny fight. Image part of a sequence that tells a story: 2 males had an bloody argument about who the father of the eggs was...

by Ximena Olds
Tiny Juv Trumpet fish

by Ximena Olds
Sargassum Nudibranch. Feeding.

by Ximena Olds
Yawn. Dwarf Frog fish. Less than 1 inch. They look like small shells when they come around. Very hard to find. Reefnet Subsee +10

by Ximena Olds

by Ximena Olds
Aqua sparkly shrimp jumping up and down so fast that I got proof of life. 1/2 inch.

by Ximena Olds
Jawfish fanning its eggs for a couple of seconds.

by Lisa Kelly
Seahorses at Blue Heron Bridge

by Lisa Kelly
This octopus was very interested in the Go-pro. Taken with a Nikon D800, 105mm lens. F8, 1/100, ISO200, dual Inon Strobes.

by Lisa Kelly
One bite too many! Taken with Nikon D800, 105mm lens. F13, 1/160, ISO 100, dual Inon strobes.

by Suzan Meldonian
Blue Throat Pike Blenny

by Jeri Curley
Blenny at Blue Heron Bridge

by Suzan Meldonian
Little bumblebee shrimp

by Brent Barnes
A cleaning shrimp peering out of a ledge. Shot with strobes angled to light its face only.
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