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Black Eyes a peepin.Pagurus armatus taken with Canon T2i in an Aquatica housing with 100mm macro and twin 110 Alpha strobes.
Mosshead Warbonnet! With such a smile this tiny fish was almost glowing on the reef at 60 ft.
Harp seal pup on the ice at dawn
A Rose in the Emerald Sea! With the green sea above the life below in the cold water shines with flamboyant colors!
Strawberries all a glow! The Strawberry Anemone was in a field of them that gives an amazing bright pink field. With a plus 10 diopter and 100 macro you get to see the delicate fingers of this amazing creature!
A free diver encounters the docile Canadian freshwater shark "Canadicharin Frigidalus" at a depth of 35-feet. Canon 6D and 15mm lens, shutter priority. Cropped and colour corrected in PS.
Three free-divers strike a pose upside down under the ice in Morrison's Quarry. Canon 6D, 15mm lens, cropped and colour corrected in PS.
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An underwater selfie of myself swimming along a wall filled with white plumose anemones in the Emerald waters of Pacific Northwest
Harp seal pup in the Gulf of St. Lawrence
Limacia cockerelli
Harp Seal, Gulf of St. Lawrence
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Wreck of the Alice G in Tobermory Ontario
Alien in Red and Gold! With a prawn on the hunt in the nite the refraction and light coming off them from side and front lighting is amazing!
Frozen Surface - in Tobermory Ontario/Canada
Decorated for War! A Decorated Warbonnet hunting in the night pauses while a Broke Back Shrimp crawls on its back!
I have shot this photo in Tobermory Ontario. Water temp.was 1 degree Celsius and we were under the ice for 53 min.I used my D800E Nikon in Aquatica housing
An Eye on you! The spectacular morphing, colour changing and intelligent eye of a Giant Pacific Octopus. This medium sized specimen (8-10 tip to arm tip) was out hunting and allowed us to sneak in with 100 macro and +10 diopter!
I've shot this images in Tobermory Ontario under ice next to the Lighthouse.Water temp 1 degre C. I use Nikon D800E with Aquatica housing
Delicate as a fan! Posing for a mate this uniquely colored Sailfin Sculpin was all spread out like a fine Japanese fan.
All a Glow! The luminescence of a Cup Coral! With darkness beyond and the right light these tiny creatures can be stunning! Canon 100mm macro with +5 diopter in an Aquatica housing with twin Sea and Sea 110a strobes.
A bright jewel in the deep! A diver floats thru the cold emerald seas looking far down onto the beauty of the deep!
Dancer in the blue! A small fried egg jelly in the shallows swims thru the clear summer shallows!
This ice diver has just completed his "bubble checks" with his buddy at the start of their dive. Canon 6D and 15mm lens. Cropped and colour corrected.
Two divers reach the airplane sunk in Morrison's Quarry. Canon 6D & 15mm lens on aperture priority exposure in natural light. Slightly cropped and colour corrected in PS.
Searching for subject. Diver with Sony Video rig at the Welland Canal Scuba Park.
Taken on a night dive on Vancouver Island. This orange-tipped nudibranch (Janolus fuscus) was taken with a super macro converter, nauticam housing, nikon D800 with 105mm lens.
Stairs on the starboard side of the Niagara II sunk near Tobermory. Canon 6d with 15mm lens in Ikelite housing in natural light. Conversion to B&W in PS.
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