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Sea lemon on barnacles!
Touch
My first octo! Taken in waist deep water at Blue Heron, I sucked a steel dry. An Atlantic Longarm, this was an interesting critter.
Bubble Honu
shortlistedShortlisted!
Lemon shark Jupiter, FL
My what big teeth you have.
Lemon shark coming in to inspect me. Shot in Jupiter, FL with a Canon 1DX MKIII, Nauticam Housing, and Ikelite strobes.
SAY CHEESE
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Showtime.
This is Ms. Snooty the Lemon Shark. Her jaw is permanently extended which gives her a decidedly sharky "smile".
Self Portrait- Making my own Sunshine
Woman in gold against a golden backdrop, despite the rain at the surface of the water.
2nd place Monthly HotShots shortlistedShortlisted!
Tiger Beach has a gang of Lemon Sharks that always seem to arrive and stay with us during the duration of our expedition
This underwater portrait of a beautiful woman was taken in my pool in Florida. She's a dear friend of mine and is one of my muses. We used natural light, a fine art backdrop, and a gown by Katharina Hakaj to complete the look.
shortlistedShortlisted!
Spotfin Butterfly
Fish Talk
Salmon running in the Alaskan Pacific from above.
Key Largo
Porcupine fish, Key Largo, Florida
Scrawled Cowfish, Key Largo, Florida
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Schooling fish on a world war 2 plane wreck off Oahu, Hawaii.
Hawaiian Whitespotted Toby, a common fish on the reefs in Hawaii
Runner Up Monthly HotShots shortlistedShortlisted!
A Chum Salmon migrating to spawn in Juneau, Alaska!
Kona, HI. night dive
Twilight manta dive has always been the most popular dive in Kona, Hawaii. I was lucky enough to be able to get there for the season during the pandemic. Amazed by the flying mantas of the night.
Spawning anthias on the vertical ledges of Lehua.
Juvenile wolf eel curious about me.
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