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School of fish swimming by as we swam in from our dive. Canon S3IS with Ikelite housing and Ikelite blue water filter.
I thought the coral background made for nice composition...
School of fish off Okinawa.
Lionfish off Bolo Point in Okinawa using a Canon S3 IS with an Ikelite housing and strobe.
The diver in the aquarium is wiping the glass that reflected his image . Osaka Aquarium
Yonaguni Japan. The most western Island of Japan.
Iseki underwater ruins off Yonaguni jima. Whether these are manmade or nature is still under dispute. But once you have seen them you will know there is nothing natural about them.
B/W Lion Fish with Crinoid at Meada Point.
Christmas Tree Worm at Meada Point.
"Juvenile Devil Scorpionfish" (Scorpaenopsis diabolus) Thanks to Jeff and Jim for helping with the positive ID (see thread)Sagami Bay/Hayama, Japan/15 Dec 08. Nikon D300/Ikelite Housing
Frog fish off of ishigaki jima a small island on the southern edge of japan.
My friend Junji photographing a lionfish during a dive at Osezaki in Suruga Bay, on the Izu Pennisula. Nikon D300/Ikelite Housing/Ikelite DS125 Substrobe.
Lionfish taken during a dive at Osezaki in Suruga Bay, west coast of the Izu Pennisula on 4 October 2008. Nikon D300/Ikelite Housing/Ikelite DS125 Substrobe
Lizard Fish sitting pretty at Junkyard on the Sunabe Sea Wall.
A wide angle shot of the USS Emmons, showing the final blow from a Japanese Zero.
"Dragon Moray" shot during a day trip to Osezaki, Izu Pennisula, Japan in Suruga Bay on 4 October 2008. Nikon D300, Ikelite Housing, Ikelite DS125 Substrobe.
Uss Emmons sitting at around 140'. This was my first dive to this wreck and it is gorgeous. I highly encourage anyone that gets a chance to dive this wreck.
Scorpion Fish on the Sunabe Sea Wall.
"hey you want a piece of me?" Clown fish protecting his terf. He even bit me.
Whale sharks off the coast of okinawa.
Returning topside from a deep dive I came across this Lionfish. He came at me and stayed long enough for me to snap this great photo.
Where's the fish? Two flatfish looking like sand. Okinawa Japan MAMA-San beach.
Blending in. Okinawa Japan
Here is a stonefish sitting off of maeda point in Okinawa
"Chris Walks on Water" Members of the "Bubble Club" from the US Naval Base in Yokosuka, Japan make there way from shore enroute to a dive in Sagami Bay, near Hayama, Japan. One member has found an "easier" way ;-) Canon A630/Ikelite Housing
"Juvenile Spiny Rockfish" Gives me the "eye" while trying to decide if I'm a threat or not. Photo taken during a morning dive on 24 May 2008 in Sagami Bay at Hayama, Japan. Nikon D300/18-55mm lens/Ikelite Housing/Ikelite DS125 Substrobe.
Coming ashore after completing a dive in Sagami Bay at Hayama, Japan. A certain "fitness" level is a definite requirement to dive here! Nikon D300 w/18-55 lens.
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