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Underwater Photo Location: Norris Rocks

Underwater Photo Location: Norris Rocks

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Great Place for sealions both stellars and Californians. Union Bay Divers runs a charter out here a couple times a week for part of the season for those who want to dive with these playful sea puppies
Facts about Norris Rocks
  • It is in Canada
  • Norris Rocks is in the Pacific.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
dayboatdrysuit

Marine Life
big

Diving facilities
airnitroxhireinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
wideangle

by Marc Damant
Checking us out! This curious Sea Lion played with us for 4-5 minutes before speeding off.

by Marc Damant
On Guard Male Ling Cod guarding a mass of eggs in the background. I couldn't get to close a he would run me off.

by Marc Damant
A portrait of a Sea Lion! Canon T2I with Tokina 10-17mm twin sea an sea 110a strobes!

by Marc Damant
A little scratch! These sea lions liked to rub up against you and would even mouth you gently!

by Marc Damant
"Photo Bombed" The Stellar Sea Lions of Norris Rocks off Vancouver Island Canada are playful, curious and intelligent animals. Sometimes they just show up at the right time!

by Marc Damant
A whiskery close up. A Stellar Sea Lion closes in for a whiskery kiss. Taken with a Tokina 10-17 mm fisheye on a Canon T2i in an aquatic ousing with twin sea and sea Ds1's

by Marc Damant
A Emerald Sea Siren. The Stellar Sea Lion swimming in the cold clear winter water off Vancouver Island Canada. Canon T2i with Tokina 10-17mm and twin D1 sea and sea strobes.

by Marc Damant
The clear cold waters just off Vancouver Island hold many a wonder and playground for all divers. This dive the Sun shone above while the Sea Lions frolicked below with us!

by Marc Damant
A Sea Lion defends itself against an intruder into its personal space!

by Marc Damant
Open Up and Say Ahhhh!

by Marc Damant
Sometimes something to distract the sea lions was enough to get a picture. My wife was just rattling her muck stick along the rock wall and made me think of a conductor with her choir!

by Marc Damant
A face full of whiskers on the surface just off Norris Rocks Vancouver Island Canada!

by Mario Robillard
Curious guys ;-)

by Mario Robillard
Sea puppies having fun around me

by Marc Damant
One of my first memories of swimming was having to stick my head underwater and blow bubbles. I think that this Sea Lion was trying to show me how to do it! Canon T2I with Tokina 10-17mm and twin Sea and Sea DS1's.

by Marc Damant
A Stellar Sea Lion decoded it wanted to play with my wife hood during a chilly dove in the early spring
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