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Banded jawfish
Opistognathus macrognathus
A day at the beach. People walking the surf line at Myrtle Beach SC
A pair of fish-eating anemones of California's Big Sur coast.
Flabellina perched on a piece of algae at Blue Heron Bridge.
Big Momma Bull Jupiter, Fl.
Nikon D850 8-15 lens @ 15
Manatee seeking the warm water of the Florida Springs
Snorkeling “The Dumps” Maui
Snorkeling "The Dumps", Maui
Snorkeling "The Dumps" Maui
The Sheriff Walt Robert Taylor Season 2 Longmire Jacket is a coat that is vintage looking and to a greater degree a work of art.
Turtle, Mākena Landing, Maui
Ahihi Bay, Maui
Snorkeling "The Dumps" Maui
Parrotfish, Ahihi Bay, Maui
An iconic Florida Keys scene. Barracuda on the prowl for an easy meal. They're intelligence is very obvious, always calculating and looking for an opportunity to present itself.
Sea Nettle, Monterey California
Am I gorgeous or what? A well-camouflaged Hawaiian frog fish waiting for a meal to float by.
Embryo of a Swell-shark inside Mermaid-Purse case
Monterey California
Sand-Shark in Kauai
Congrats. to the Florida Manatee for being upgraded from Endangered to Threatened status.
The Universal Invitation for Play
A day at the beach
Scorpionfish: picture was taken in Phil Foster State Park under the iconic Blue Heron Bridge.
Tiger Sharks frequent the reefs off the Bahamas and stay curious to our presence.
Tiger Beach - Bahamas
A Kokanee salmon coming to spawn in the Metolius River in Central Oregon
Red Flabellina
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