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Surfers and Windsurfers, Hookipa, Maui, Hawaii
Space invader! This is a shot of an arrow crab taken in the mangroves of St. John.
Spotted Scorpionfish, Scorpaena plumieri, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
Cold Water Colours
Tube Dwelling Anemone, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
Sand Tiger Shark hovers in the Aeolus, a wreck off of North Carolina. There’s more there than Smokey mountains and Black Bears!
Scrawled Filefish, Aluterus scriptus, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
This manta is a resident manta here at Keahou Bay, Hawaii. I end only to take a few shots of her because I don't want to get tired of him as a subject. he is curious about me when I have my camera out and will circle me and check me out.
Upsidedown Jellyfish, Cassiopea andromeda, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
This image was taken on the Aeolus off North Carolina. Many of the wrecks are home to the Sand Tiger Sharks as is the shark species in the photo.
Skilletfish, Gobiesox strumosus, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
Big Kiss. Harbor Seal and new friend in California’s Channel Islands.
Texas + Beer + Cold Water Diving = This.
Nudibranch, Flabellina dushia with eggs, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
Look Up
Kelp Diving in the Channel Islands. Southern California.
Tiny Sponge Decorator Crab on Cushion Sea Star, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
fish at home of a jelly fish
fish in a jelly fish
a fly ?
jelly fish
jelly fish
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