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Beautiful Mako shark that I had the awesome pleasure to dive with for over an hour. Dive of a far smile
"Timeless" is an image of Dusky dolphins taken of Cape Point on our way to the deep, it is pretty rare for them to hand around divers so this was an awesome opportunity to jump in and it paid off.
"Scud Man"
Dislocated jut jaw. the fish seems to be doing fine though
Plum colored sea anemone
Solo Flight
Blue shark in black & white, offshore, Cape town, South Africa.
White-faced whistling duck (Dendrocygna viduata)
White Spiral
One of our stunning anemones on Preksteel reef that we can rarely reach unless conditions are perfect :-)
In a purple bed
Neon tips
Playful seal pup ~ Hout Bay ~ South Africa
Portret of a Blue shark.Atlantic ocean, South Africa.
A golden moment- for a sandy anemone
Lots of Oceanic Blacktips taken at Aliwal Shoal, South Africa.
A rising star- sandy sea anemone
Strawberry anemones, a darker shade than usual and a bit smaller. These were almost a deep orange/red as opposed to the various shades of pinks I normally see.
Blue shark and diver 40kms off the coast of South Africa.
Anemone enjoying the darkness and surge on Hakskeen Reef.
Great cormorants (Phalacrocorax carbo) in Betty's bay, South Africa.
Large Grouper - Potato Bass coming to say hello on our safety stop
A common Cape Town fish found often in rock pools and shallow waters, affectionately known as a "klipvis", which is Afrikaans for "stonefish". They are extroverted fish that like to inspect you closely and their reflections in your port.
A proud silver tip mother and her eggs
Mother and child- coral nudibranch
An unheard of visitor to our cold Cape waters - the pineapple fish. Initially I thought this was an April fool's joke and just had to go and have a look for myself. I was definitely rewarded!
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