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Sunset in Key Largo FL....it doesn't get much better!
Tiger Grouper hanging out on a cleaning station in Grand Cayman.
Squirrelfish eyeing each other. Taken with Sea Life DC 800 camera with digital pro flash.
A sea fan near the surface.
Diving in Akumal, Mexico in a Cenote at Hidden Worlds
This Red Hind was just hanging out. It was like it felt camouflaged in it's sponge.
I spotted this Rock Hind hiding out in a tube sponge. As I took the picture, it had this look as if to say "Go find your own hiding spot". Interesting use of fins.
A baby Loggerhead turtle making his way into the world. Good luck little guy!!
"Standing Tall" is a juvenile green sea turtle with quite the personality. I took this shot in Akumal Bay, Mexico. where the green sea turtles come in daily to feed on the sea grass. This is one of my photos that help support conservation efforts...
Bull Shark Sisters
A friendly inhabitant of the Cay Sal Banks.
Sailfish hunting
Ruddy Turnstone scavenging
lone fish under coral over hang
Spotted moray...a dentist's dream
Black Bellied Plover
Willet
Yellow tail snapper hunting silversides
Snowy Egret at Sunset
Odd shaped brain coral
Seaplane sits on the beach waiting to take off.
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Shrimpers idled by the BP Oil Spill at Bayou la Batre in south Alabama. Leica D-LUX 4
Whelk
Walking along the beach at sunrise I saw I wasn't alone as a small 3ft nurse shark slowly cruised the beach only a few feet from me.
A larger water spout makes its way towards our boat in the Dry Tortugas.
Whale shark reflection
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Dry Tortugas National Park, this is a small island called Loggerhead Key, a stunning place.
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