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by Jeffrey Lim

Ambon scorpionfish in Anilao

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fish in a jelly fish
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dragon
a fly ?
jelly fish
jelly fish
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Model is Katerina Frantzikinaki wearing a custom gown designed and constructed by me (the photographer).
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Yellowline Arrow Crab standing guard in front of a Rough File Clam, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
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Peppermint Shrimp with a Spotted Moray Eel's tail as background, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
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worm
sea horse
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crab
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jelly fish house
2 finish at home in a jelly fish
Purplemouth MorayEel, Gymnothorax vicinus
A group of Galapagos sharks cruising around the open ocean off the shores of Haleiwa, O‘ahu. Fuji Acros + Red filter processing
Roughhead Blenny, Acanthemblemaria aspera
"The Opera Singer" - Yawning Striated Frogfish, Antennarius striatus, Blue Heron Bridge, Florida
Lined seahorse in the soft coral.
Molly Miller Blenny, Scartella cristata, Jupiter, Florida
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This lined seahorse was an easy find even in poor visibility! This guy almost seemed to glow up against the dark background.
A very tiny juvenile Oyster Blenny, Hypleurochilus pseudoaequipinnis, about the size of a pencil eraser peers out of an abandoned barnacle. It would disappear if it saw me move, then a few seconds later would peek out again, just it's eyes showing.
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