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Bornella Anguilla, was taken during night dive some where in Dauin, Taken with TG camera with MF-1 handheld torch
We had just dropped down for our first dive and we were immediately greeted by a couple of friendly nurse sharks. This one decided to come a little closer as I was getting my camera set-up and I was able to capture her portrait.
Whitespotted filefish under a ledge
That's as close as it gets.
Caribbean reef shark (Carcharhinus perezi), Tiger Beach (Bahamas
Great Hammerhead, Tiger Beach, Bahamas
Goldentail moray eel portrait
Mysid shrimp. Olympus E-PL2, m.zuiko 60mm macro lens. Olympus PT-E03 UW Housing & UFL-3 strobe. 1/180s f/11 ISO 200
Spotted cleaner shrimp on a closed warty corallimorph. Olympus E-PL2, m.zuiko 60mm macro lens, Olympus PT-EP03 UW Housing & UFL-3 strobe. 1/180s f/10 ISO 200
A Caribbean Reef Shark. Photo created with a Nikon D90 and Ikelite enclosure.
• • dichotomy • • 
This photo kind of represents all of my emotions right now… up, down, going in circles, being close but not connecting, big, small, dark, light, and even a little blue.
Image taken in the Exumas, just above the reef. The original photo was taken knowing I would go black and white. Sometimes if you look just above the reef you will see the most incredible creatures.
Close encounter. Curious tiger shark and equally curious young diver.
Beautiful tiger shark fly-by in the Bahamas.
Tigershark (Galeocerdo cuvier), Tiger Beach, Bahamas
Young diver petting a lemon shark. The shark sat on the sea floor for several minutes and actually leaned in to be petted several times before swimming away.
Tiger sharks coming and going.
Portrait of a lemon shark (Negaprion brevirostris) during an early morning dive at Tiger Beach off the Bahamas.
Great hammerhead shark (Sphyrna mokarran), Tiger Beach, Bahamas
E-410, 8mm Fisheye, f10, 1/160, ISO 200, Subtronic Nova
Tiger Shark - closer isn't possible.
Lemon Shark (Negaprion brevirostris), Tiger Beach, Bahamas
Great hammerhead shark (Sphyrna mokarran), Tiger Beach, Bahamas
Gold Medal Gold Medal 2021
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Great hammerhead shark (Sphyrna mokarran), Tiger Beach, Bahamas
Lemon Shark (Negaprion brevirostris), Tiger Beach, Bahamas
Great hammerhead shark (Sphyrna mokarran), Tiger Beach, Bahamas
Face to face with the tiger
Tiger Shark (Galeocerdo cuvier), Tiger Beach, Bahamas
Did he just want to scan me electromagnetically with his Lorenzinian ampoules, or was he as surprised about this close encounter as I was - who knows?
The eye of the tiger. These magnificent animals are as curious about us as we are about them.
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