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Flabellina verrucosa mating
My dive buddy pauses above the "chimney" as we work our way to the exit of the cave at Little River, Florida. Nikonos V, 15mm lens, single SB105 strobe, Kodak 400 ASA film and manual exposure. Colour corrected in PS. Photo taken Dec. 2016.
A male Chum Salmon avoiding the nets. These salmon are also known as dog salmon due to the large teeth the males grow during breeding season.
We always try and be respectful of wildlife in our interactions but sometimes it interacts with us without any effort. This Giant Pacific Octopus moved out of its liar to jump on this divers head. Tokina 10-16mm on Canon T2I in a Aquatica housing.
flamingo tongue snail on coral
School of sardines ball around Curaçao
Good morning Monday!
Beluga portrait, Churchill, Canada
It was a cold and dark day. When the beluga came close enough, his mouth before clear through the thermocline blur.
Flabellina triophina laying eggs on a lone algal stalk in the cold waters of the Pacific Northwest
The chaos when 60,000 Chum salmon are trying to swim up rising rivers to spawn. Males of this species grow large teeth at breeding time, giving rise to their other name, the dog salmon.
Search and Rescue dog training with diver at Long Sault. Canon 6D and 15mm lens in Ikelite housing. Manual settings, cropped for subject and colour corrected.
Grateful for the warm sunshine, the 38F water temp and the long, deep, dark tunnels of this mine are taxing on any diver. Canon 6D and 15mm lens. Cropped for subject and colour corrected in PS.
Peek a boo! A close up of a Ruby Red Octopus as it uses its arms to cover up. An amazing cephalopod full of texture and color.
Over the Moon! Diver checking out the view of a Moon Jelly rising up from the depths off Vancouver Island!
A Emerald Sea Siren. The Stellar Sea Lion swimming in the cold clear winter water off Vancouver Island Canada. Canon T2i with Tokina 10-17mm and twin D1 sea and sea strobes.
An Egg Yolk Jelly with a cross Jelly in its stomach makes this tiny Jelly look like a shape shifter. With a body so translucent that it is hard to see at times it can be hard to know who is who when your stomach is full of a Jelly cousin.
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2016

Final RoundThrough to 2016 awards final round judging
Freshwater Bryozoan, Welland Scuba Park
Round Goby
Welland Scuba Park
All a Glow! An up-close of a Longfin Gunnel with a canon 100mm macro and +10 diopter.
Final RoundThrough to 2016 awards final round judging
Fried Egg Jellyfish hanging in the black depths of the Pacific Northwest.
Lone Round Goby, Lake Erie. These fish, an invasive species, now dominate the bottom of many areas of the Great Lakes.
A mouthful of Red Urchin. A young Wolf Eel eating one of its favorite foods.
Two Gobies photographed with Olympus TG4,zoomed in. Lake Erie
A tech diver on the starboard side of the "Forest City" that was wrecked in 1904 near Tobermory. Canon 6D, 15mm lens, high ISO, cropped for subject and converted to B&W in PS.
A couple share a quiet evening on stand-up paddle boards at Sauble Beach. Canon 6D, 24-105 lens, manual settings, no cropping or colour correction.
A Northern Ronquiel all alight in its breeding splendor!
Sometimes the change from young to old in a fish is drastic. The Wolf Eel starts out translucent and a long ribbon. Then settles down on the bottom to hunt this picture is of a Juvenile and it has bold colors and markings.
Climbing the beanstalk
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