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Smiling Divers getting ready for dive in local dive site.
Divers at the boiler on the wreck of the "Wetmore"near Tobermory. Canon 6D and 15mm lens in natural light. Colour corrected from the RAW file in PS.
This Southern stingray had just settled in the sand. I took a few close-up shots and signalled to my buddy to go, then remembered the rule "Get close. When you are close enough get closer." So I turned back for one last shot. This one.
The beauty of an anemone seen by me
Isopods are not insects but crustaceans. They are relatives of insects however, with their jointed legs and exoskeleton. Actually they are more closely related to shrimp, crayfish and crabs.
strike the pose
The Sea Clown Nudibranch (Triopha catalinae) is one of the most vividly colored nudibranch that can be found here in BC, Canada.
Tiny little devil (Skeleton Shrimp)
Thru my lens....should say... pipe ;-)
Hooded nudibanch a punk rocker of the nudi world!
Lips job required
Quarry Diver
Only a face a mother could love
Diver prepares to enter sunken boat.
Not so small Nudi
Side-mount diver entering the cavern section at Peacock Springs, Florida. Nikonos V, 15mm lens, twin SB105 strobes and Kodak 400 asa film on manual exposure. Colour corrected in PS. March 2018.
A neon Goby cleans a Balloonfish as it lies unmoving on the bottom in the waters of the Roatan Marine Park.
Tiny little fish face
Juvenile Puget Sound King Crab, so tiny and so beautiful
Red carpet
Catch me if you can
Underwater ballerina
Scalyhead sculpin in a boot sponge. Howe Sound, British Columbia, Canada
Fluorescent hermit crab
Northern Map Turtle,Welland Scuba Park
A tiny ( < 1 inch) mosshead warbonnet hiding in an empty barnacle husk. Howe Sound, BC, Canada.
Red tubeworms are typically very skittish, but this one allowed me to get close enough for one super-macro shot before disappearing into its protective tube. Howe Sound, BC, Canada.
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