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Eagle ray, flying in the blue
Titan trigger - those teeth are ....
Magnificant frigate bird joins our boat
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nice diagonal Steve
Dolphin breaking the surface with its fin
Thistlegorm , Port side locomotive
Ghiannis D, Bait ball and divers in the sun, wow - could watch that for hours
Ideal Standard - the most photographed loo in the world?
Jolanda reef- Egypt
lion fish, Red Sea, This new species / sub species appears to love having its picture taken.
Its a stone fish. Yes it is difficult to see. Thats the idea
Napoleon Wrasse - Olympus E330 and Epoque 150 strobe
The Thistlegorm, 40mm anti aircraft gun. Taken with Olympus E-330
Bearded scorpion fish attempts to swallow the camera (or the photographer)
The bow of the Carnatic, Olympus E330
glass fish on the Ghiannis, Red Sea
Ghiannis D, Egypt
Hawksbill turtle, foolowing the camera
Hawksbill turtle looking into the lens
Caribbean reef shark , and photographer
Common lion fish? Check out the feathers. A new species is evolving in the Red Sea
Blue spotted ray, swimming towards the camera
Napoleon Wrasse, bit too close for a 28mm lens, but the detail is great
looking out from the Chrisoula K. No photoshop effects or cropping. Dual Epoque strobes with diffusers and Olympus E330
Hawksbill turtle, following the camera :-)
Hawksbill turtle follows the camera.
Hawksbill turtle, feeding on soft coral. The camouflage is striking, its face with its lunch, the lighter areas of its shell with the limestone
Bat fish (spade fish) massing off Shark Reef, Ras Mohammed, Egypt. It was almost exactly one year ago I first saw this spectacle, a dive which remains my favourite and changed me in to a dive-nut. Rated in the top ten dives world wide.
Green turtles swimming in blue water, the suns rays cutting through the water
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