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White spotted File fish in the Orange phase
By Steven Daniel
posted Monday, December 18, 2006
90 votes

Southern Stringray
By Steven Daniel
posted Thursday, December 28, 2006
85 votes

Last year I posted a jawfish with eggs that were about to hatch. This is the same jawfish shot a few days earlier just after the eggs were laid. From Little Cayman Island. Nikon D200 with 105mm lens.
By Jim Chambers
posted Friday, April 18, 2008
75 votes

- Crossways - Tarpon hunting Silversides. This is an image I've been striving for, for over a year now....
By Nina Baxa
posted Monday, October 20, 2014
71 votes

Stingrays at Sandbar, Grand Cayman
By Pietro Cremone
posted Tuesday, March 6, 2012
67 votes

Southern Stingrays cruising over a shallow sand bar to the North of Grand Cayman.  The split is part photoshop manipulated to correct some dome splashing in the heavy swell.
By Paul Colley
posted Wednesday, February 23, 2011
62 votes

Tarpon entering grotto at dawn

During daytime silversides hide in caverns, swim-throughs, grottos and wrecks. As dawn settles the predators follow them.
By Ellen Cuylaerts
posted Monday, July 1, 2013
59 votes

Freediver meets Eagle Ray
By Ellen Cuylaerts
posted Sunday, December 15, 2013
58 votes

APOCALYPSE
By Ellen Cuylaerts
posted Tuesday, September 23, 2014
56 votes

Ray of light
By Pietro Cremone
posted Monday, March 19, 2012
56 votes
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Is Shark Week Good? by Henley Spiers
Is Shark Week Good?
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Fish Romance by Henley Spiers
Fish Romance
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Grand Cayman by Alison Ranheim
Grand Cayman
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"Tiny Turn" - A tiny juvenile filefish sweeps away from its gorgonian camouflage for a moment.
15 Votes
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"Pulsating"
Sometimes the most beautiful part of a dive is right under the boat!
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"My Orange, Orange Home"
A little blenny peers out from its home in an orange sponge. These cuties usually live in coral, so this was an unusual find.
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"Blizzard"
A tarpon is nearly hidden by a swarm of silversides as it swims through a baitball in Grand Cayman.
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Built for Speed by Henley Spiers
Built for Speed
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Silversides are reflected in a diver's mask as he watches a huge swirl of the tiny fish.
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"Silver Pool"
The silversides are back!
Sunlight streams through the ceiling of a grotto, illuminating swirling silversides.
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"Starfish Waterdrops Watercolor"
It looks like a watercolor...but it is a photograph smile Fat raindrops started to plop onto the surface of the water while golden light slanted through the rain.
19 Votes
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Pair of Bandeds by Henley Spiers
Pair of Bandeds
12 Votes
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Big Boat&Small Boat/Grand Cayman,Canon 5D MarkIII, 8-15mm fisheye lens,F18,1/160,ISO200
14 Votes
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Take a left! by Alison Ranheim
Take a left!
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Color
There is a lot of color on the Orange Canyon dive site, it is just a matter of lighting it to show to best advantage.
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"A Fantastic Find!"
A dwarf frogfish on Grand Cayman. This little guy was smaller than a pinky nail, and camouflaged to the color of the sand. This is only the second frogfish I've ever seen in over 500 dives in Cayman.
8 Votes
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Highly Evolved by Henley Spiers
Highly Evolved
16 Votes
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When I took this image, I wanted to make it look like a ghost appearing from the mist as I approached.
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Hi, little guy./Blenny/Grand Cayman,Canon 5D MarkIII,100mm macro Lens,NauticamSMC, Iron Z240*2
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"Liquid Mercury"
Stormy Day and Diver
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Let's Dance/Sting ray/Grand Cayman,Canon 5D MarkIII, 8-15mm fisheye lens,F18,1/200,ISO200
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A large lobster has found a "soft" place to rest, inside a giant sponge.
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Sailfin Blennys can become a "blur" as they dart from their holes, flip their sail up and down a few times, and dart right back in.
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Hey there... by Alison Ranheim
Hey there...
16 Votes
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Curiosity
Spinyhead blenny was almost as curious about my lens as I was about him.
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Diving on the Kittiwake, I wanted to show a large portion of the bow, and how it fades off into the distance
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A small shrimp traverses the colorful corallimorph on which it lives.
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