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Nudi - photo taken using a Nikon d70S with 60mm macro lens - Vancouver Island
shark feeding in Bahamas, Canon 20D
A Cunner (Tautogolabrus Adspersus), also known as a sea perch, poses with a piece of wreckage from the WW1 hospital ship Letitia at Halifax, Nova Scotia. Nikonos V, 20mm lens, Ikelite 150 strobe & manual exposure. This took several attempts.
beautiful corpse #5 - taken in Lake Simcoe / close to shore
Scarborough, Ont.
A diver with a DPV cruises underneath the translucent ice of Morrisons Quarry, Quebec. Disposable camera with 400 asa film.

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Now you KNOW this is cold! That's dedication for you! But why weren't you underwater too Michael! ;-)
A Nova Scotia Tech Diver waits out his decompression on a trapeez. Nikonos V, 12mm Sea&Sea lens, 3200 ASA B&W film on manual exposure
A Sherman-Grant tank from the wreck of the Russian freighter "Kolkhosnik" sits in spools of barb wire at a depth of 140 feet. Sunk 1942 off Halifax, Nova Scotia. Nikonos V on manual, Fuji 800 film single Ikelite 150 strobe + 12mm Sea & Sea lens.
Anemone Spawn: I had my D100, L&M Titan housing & 17-35mm lens hoping to come across a Wolf Eel or Giant Octopus in the waters of Sechelt Inlet Canada. When I came across this anemone during its spawning process.
number 4
Wolf-eel, Dillon Rock, BC.
Nikon N90, 28mm, (2)S&S YS-90's
Diver with surface and sky background.
yiren's kiss
'From my house... to yours...' Wishing you all the happiest and most prosperous holiday season and 2007. My Christmas wish/hope is that we use our multitude of talents to put strong effort into the protection of our ocean environments. Enjoy!
Canadian Geese
louise is a synchronized swimmer and can control her buoyancy very well --- however swimming in a dress took some getting used to
Wreck Of The Sheboygan Lake Ontario Canada T-Max 3200 asa 15mm NikII
A Giant Pacific Octopus landed on my wide angle port!
Shot with a Nikon D100 housed in a Titan Light and Motion Housing with a 10.5mm lens.
Alabastar Nudibranch on Bull Kelp taken at Dillon rock, British Columbia in 70 feet of water using Nikon D100 and Nikon 60mm lens.
End of the Rainbow. Barkley Sound, B.C. Canada.
D70 10.5mm

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Can you see the jellyfish in this shot!
"Diver in jail," Sweepstakes wreck, Lake Huron, Tobermory, Ontario.
Sweepstakes wreck. Tobermory, Ontario. 10.5 mm fisheye lens, no strobe.
Sweepstakes wreck. I think the object in the foreground is the mast. Tobermory, Ontario. D70, 10.5 mm fisheye lens.
Sweepstakes wreck, Tobermory, Ontario. D70, no strobe.
'Goldfish at Waterfall'.Photo was shot through an opening of a waterfall in Niagara Falls
The Tugs, Tobermory, Ontarion. 10.5 fisheye, no strobe.
Dive boat on wavy, windy day. Tobermory, Ontario. D70, 10.5 fisheye, no strobe.
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