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Long Snout Sea Horse.
Sea and Sea DX1G / YS110a strobe
Fun on the beach!
Tobago Cays, vendor and yachties!
Blue Lined Sea Hare, super macro, DX1G, stacking diopters, YS110a strobe
Phidiana Lynceus, Nikon D300- 60mm
Fishing community funeral procession.
Lady diver with soft corals. Sea and Sea DX1G / wide angle wet lens, YS110a strobe
Nothing unusual - just another day in Tobago Cays underwater paradise
On the way back from the beach.... Nikon D40 / Sigma 10-20 wide angle, polarizing lens.
Black Spotted Eel, Sea and Sea DX1G / YS110a
Mud Crab hiding in Elks Horn Coral
One of quite many turtles that survive in the Tobago cays Marine Park
Watching a boat race. Mount Wynne Beach, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Footprints on the beach, Tobago Cays, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
A curious Permit (Trachinotus falacus) just before sunset in Tobago Cays
Pike blenny, shot in the Tobago Cays Marine Park, right under the catamaran which was our dive base on a sail and dive trip of the 32 islands that make up St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Tobago Cays, shot from the window of the small plane that flys between St. Vincent and Union Island.
Green Moray, North Leeward coast of St. Vincent.
Skeleton Shrimp. Very rare, and hard to see as they are so tiny. One of the more unusual critters that we see in St. Vincent.
Yellow Head Jaw Fish - mating display. This is the fist time that I had witnessed this behavior, these fish are very hard to photograph, fortunately they were more interested in displaying than what I was doing!
Tear Drop Crab, Sea and Sea DX1G, stacking diopters, YS110a strobe.
A Trio of Palometas in the clear water of Tobago Cays
Seaweed blenny, in yellow tube sponge. Sea and sea DX1G compact camera, wide angle wet lens, YS110a strobe.
Black Coral Shrimp, pair. Super tricky to photograph, these shrimp are approx 2mm in size, very rare, and usually 'ping' around the black coral fronds just as the shutter is about to capture them! Sea and sea DX1G compact camera, stacking diopters.
Peppermint Shrimp.
Sea and Sea DX1G with stacking diopters, YS110a strobe.
Soft coral abstract.
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