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The Ghost Salmon
Moon Jellyfish over the Canyon! Natural light!
Diver swimming past the stern railing of the steam tug ' Alice G.'
A Juevenille Wolf Eel just coming out of its den saw that it had been spotted and displayed all its finery!
This little Ruby Octopus stayed out on recent dive with us for almost 20 minutes. It was like a little tank the way that its legs moved like tracks.
Diver swimming along Port side of the Niagara II, Tobermory, Ontario
Submerged'Classic' Bicycle lying against the port side of the hull of the Niagara II, Tobermory, Ontario
Freediver at the Tug site, Little Tub Harbour, Tobermory, Ontario
Freediver at the Tug site, Little Tub Harbour, Tobermory Ontario
Swimmer jumping into the water at the Grotto site, Georgian Bay, south of Tobermory.
The skeletal bow of a tugboat wreck in Little Tub Harbour, Tobermory, Ontario
A view of the tug 'Alice G.' in Little Tub Harbour, Tobermory, Ontario
Cloud Sponge and Diver! On a wreck dive we found this cloud sponge on top of one of the antenna masts and with the green backlighting it made for wonderful contrast.
Aliens Everywhere! During the summer we get large congrigations of Moon Jellies. These groupings only last a couple weeks and sometimes we can see thousands during the course of a dive.
A tongue of flame! This Opalescent Nudibranch was just coming up from a 100ft wall climb and paused for a rest before continuing on looking for a mate or meal!
Runaway Red Octopus! This lovely little Pacific Red Octopus had enough of the lime light and decided to speed off. I really enjoy the blurr of following it while swimming. It only went 15-20ft then settled down again!
On a recent dive just off Vancouver Island we ran into a school of 12-15 Spiny Dogfish Sharks. They were standoffish at first then this 5-6 footer swam up for a closer look and I managed to get this close up from only a couple 4-5ft away! Enjoy!
longfin gunnel hanging out for a photo op!
The Spotted Ratfish comes into shallow waters in the summer to mate and if you are lucky they will pause to check themselves out in your port!
Just snorkeling along slowly looking around and this fellow came up to investigate. Taken with a Pentax Optio W60
Diver in pump house at Sherkston Quarry.
Diver poses at the fly wheel of pump in Sherkston Quarry.
Diver poses at the broken bowsprit on the Tiller Wreck, Lake Ontario
Diver begins ascent from a dive on the Tiller Wreck in Lake Ontario
Juvenille Wolf Eel! These younger wolf eels have the most bright and beautiful colours. Later in life they take on a more subdued grey. This one was hiding out under some bark at about 40ft and was only about 24inches long.
Crab (decorator??) feeding on a moon jelly
Colourful Pumpkinseed Sunfish with wide-angle, in local quarry
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