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"looking at me looking at you" - small damsel fish juvenile
Louis was filming green sea turtle (who was so cooperative)
I call this "Hopeful" - experiment with hard and soft focus together on the main subject
Sometimes you have to stop and take the image of a Christmas Tree worm - just because they are so danged pretty! This is uncropped.
small rough head blenny that I found at the end of my first dive in Roatan
Squid Family in Green, Veracruz México
Green Sea Turtle
less than 2cm Lettuce Leaf sea slug - smallest I have ever seen. I managed to get both eyes on this image as well!
Juv. Cowfish
Whale Shark , Mouth Open
Arrow Crab close up, Veracruz México
Snorkeler and Whale Shark
Snorkeler and Whale Shark
Honduran fisherman on the waters off Roatan as storm approaches.
A diver makes a slow descent in the waters of the Roatan Marine Park.
A reef lobster portrait in the waters of the Roatan Marine Park.
A Damselfish poses for the camera in the waters of the Roatan Marine Park.
Squid Family, Veracruz Mexico
“ Sky Meets Sea” Visiting (El Cielo) Stafish sanctuary in Cozumel. If you look close you can see Starfish on the ocean floor.
Eagle Ray gliding below in Cozumel Mexico
The beginning of an amazing daylight dive around St Andrews jetties in PC Beach, Fl
This Southern stingray had just settled in the sand. I took a few close-up shots and signalled to my buddy to go, then remembered the rule "Get close. When you are close enough get closer." So I turned back for one last shot. This one.
Leaving Hilma Hooker wreck in Bonaire, caught friend's son cruising the reef. His body language speaks the beauty of diving. (removed distracting fellow divers from frame)
Mermaid inspiration
Did you know that the yellow boxfish (Ostracion cubicus) can be found in reefs throughout the Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean as well as the south eastern Atlantic Ocean? And that It reaches a maximum length of 45 centimetres (18 in)?
Used car for sale... minor water damage!
exploring cave stalagmites
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