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A little pygmy squid with 2 littler friends playing tag
Exploring the mangroves of Raja Ampat
Life under the Sawandarek Jetty
Larval fireworm
Golden-lined spinefoot, The golden-lined spinefoot is a species of rabbitfish. Like all rabbitfishes, it has venomous spines on the dorsal,
Dendronephthya soft corals adorn the mangrove roots somewhere in Raja Ampat, Indonesia
A Batfish rising to the occasion of sunlight
A Batfish rising to the occasion of sunlight
Common Goby close up
Common Goby glose up
Peacock mantis with eggs
Anna's Chromodoris-butt shot
Teardrop crab tidying up his eggs
Cyerce sp
Moorish Idol
American crocodile
Bronze Medal Bronze Medal 2018

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The largest mammal ever to live on earth. The Blue Whale
Sharknado- what can I say, except that I used up all my adrenaline on this one dive.
Capturing an over under is difficult with a heavy housed camera, so I balanced the housing on my head to get this shot. Call me crazy. It was only way to do it.
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Splits shots are difficult! Great job capturing the moment here.
American Alligator in a pond in south FLorida.
A Zancleopsis jellyfish, photographed on a Black water dive, here in Florida out over 500' depth, in the Gulf Stream current
A Callianira -type of comb jellyfish, smaller than a thimble, photographed on a black water dive over 500 ' depth in the Gulf Stream Current.
This is one of the few shots in existence of this larval form of a Tripod fish. It is a creature from the deep, originally found at 15,000 feet in the Marianas Trench. Discovered while on a Black water dive over a depth of 600 feet in the Gulf Stream
Gold Medal Gold Medal 2017
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Incredible shot of a very rare sighting. Just wonderful.
Red lined jorunna
Fighting tiger
Here's looking at you !
Bwnnnaaaaaaah !
Taken with 105mm lens
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