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On a night dive I found this Parrot fish wrapped in its mucas bubble for the night. The flash didn't wake him either.
I don't know who was the most curious!
This was the Sea of Cortez and the pups were very curious. Of course Mom Sealion was watching them and us very carefully!
Shrimp on an Anemone
Douglas Dauntless Dive bomber Kwajalein Lagoon Roi Namur Aircraft graveyard.
Leaf Scorpion fish of the green variety. Not rare but hard to spot. Nikon D60 natural light
Bow of the Wreck we know as P-Buoy here in the Kwajalein Lagoon. Yet another great day for diving. Nikon D-60 natural light.
The aft hold of K5 Side wreck........it is still full of artillery shells dating from WWII. You want to be real careful and make sure your have great buoyancy skills!
Divers exiting the cave that leads to Mirror Pond (one of the dives from the live aboard Bilikiki)
The Loi wreck with blue sponges growing from the bow makes for a perfect place to take pictures of the photographer taking pictures!
The bow of P-Buoy Kwajalein Atoll
The left side of this wreck off Shell Island in the Kwajalein Lagoon still has the bombsight toilet intact after 60 plus years under the sea. It wasn't easy being a Japanese sailor in those days!
This one is hard to describe.....all natural shot up toward the island with the fish and all "flying" in the trees. Natural light Canon S70 P&S.
This upright has become a haven for smaller fish.
This gun still watches for aircraft 65 years after going to the bottom.
Just played with the light on this anemone and the little pink damsel who makes it home. Canon Powershot S70 single flash.
A Martin Patrol Plane on the bottom of the Kwajalein Lagoon. Canon Powershot S70 natural light.
Night images on a walk-in wreck.
A sleeping boxfish on our ski area wreck dive. Kwajalein Lagoon.
Canon Powershot S70 internal flash.
This little shrimp perched on the head of this two stripe damsel fish is a perfect example of the symbiotic relationship that exists in the sea.
This is how we go diving on Kwajalein! You have to really love to dive to tote all your gear on your bicycle!
This Feather Star Crinoid on coral made a beautiful contrast shot. Night diving produces some of the most interesting creatures because they are out feeding.
This sunken ship from WWII provides a safe haven for thousands of fish. The 125 ft. depth makes it a short but beautiful dive into the deep blue
This Anemone and the pinks who live there are always good for some great shots.
Diver swimming passed an anti-aircraft gun on a sunken Japanese ship in the Kwajalein Lagoon
 
 
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