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Panorama of the 216' Forest City sunk in 1904 at a depth of 150' near Tobermory, Canada. This photo is the result of stitching 7 wide angle shots together. The visibility this day was about 50'. By the way, the water temperature was 41 F.
Starboard side of the Arabia in Tobermory, Canada.
This picture is the result of stitching together 7 wide angle pictures.
The 131' Arabia sunk in 1884 at a depth of 105'. Visibility this day was approximately 50'.

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interesting that picture is the result of stitching together 7 pictures.
Mandarin Fish
The most beautiful anemone that I have ever seen. It's almost as though there is an internal light source!
Close up of the madreporite on a Spiny Urchin.
Photo taken at Isabela Island in the Galapagos Islands
Shoreline at Tobermory, Canada after a winter storm
Red Streaked Blenny (about 2" long)
Notice the cute fringes above and between the eyes. Don't they look like eyelashes?
Photo taken at Wolf Island in the Galapagos Islands
Closeup of a Crown of Thorns Starfish.
The scourge of our oceans.
This picture was taken on a totally decimated reef off the north shore of Bora Bora
Clolourful Clam
Panorama of the 175' James C. King near Tobermory, Ontario.
This photo is a result of stitching 14 individual shots together. The visibility on this dive was about 30'. The bow is at 85', the stern at 20' (angle of decline modified in this photo).
Spotted Puffer Fish in the Coral Sea
Location: Lighthouse Bommie - Coral Sea
Camera: Canon A620 & Canon WP-DC90 housing with camera's flash
Two juvenile sharks resting in a cavern at 60' on Lighthouse Bommie.
Photo was cropped to remove bright foreground.
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