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By Steven Anderson
posted Tuesday, February 28, 2006
86 votes

Sponges and soft corals at the top of the reef, the photo was taken with the Sealife DC200 using a single strobe, while ascending for safety stop
By Steven Anderson
posted Friday, March 31, 2006
81 votes

This photo was taken in Cozumel in Dec of 2005, there were 2 French Angels in this hole along with 2 Queen Angels. All photo friendly.
By Steven Anderson
posted Tuesday, February 28, 2006
79 votes

This Southern Stingray looks as if he would be saying
By Steven Anderson
posted Tuesday, February 28, 2006
76 votes

A Beautiful Day for Diving! The photo was taken using a wide angle lense and natural light.Morning dive in Cozumel 12/05.
By Steven Anderson
posted Friday, March 31, 2006
70 votes


By Steven Anderson
posted Friday, March 31, 2006
69 votes

Hundreds of Silversides filled this crevice at Lighthouse Reef in Belize. The Siversides were looking to escape the wide mouth of a Tarpon.This photo was taken with my Sealife DC200 and one strobe.the dive was almost as great as the Blue Hole.
By Steven Anderson
posted Friday, March 31, 2006
69 votes

This turtle decided he was friendly and posed for this shot. I took this photo off of Playa Del Carmen in 2004. I used my Sealife Camera with a single strobe.
By Steven Anderson
posted Friday, March 31, 2006
66 votes


By Steven Anderson
posted Friday, March 31, 2006
66 votes

This photo was taken off Grand Bahamas Island in 2003. I used my DC200 and a single strobe to photograph this subject. I pushed many a shark off while taking this photo. There were probably 8 sharks swimming with us. No Cage!!
By Steven Anderson
posted Friday, March 31, 2006
63 votes
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I love Reef Sharks as they always make great models and they are most common in the Bahamas. This image was taken at Ginormous Reef.
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date posted posted: Thursday, March 31, 2011
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic Bahamas
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This large female Tiger Shark followed us throughout the whole week and always came in close to see exactly who was behind the dive mask. They are naturally curious. This image was taken off West End Bahamas.
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I have several images that were taken during a trip in 2006 to Roatan Honduras. This Starfish was beached and I was able to get me camera and put him back in the water to live longer!
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This Reef Shark was one of the larger encountered while diving at El Dorado Reef of West End Bahamas. These sharks seem to travel in packs when there is action in the water.
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date posted posted: Tuesday, March 29, 2011
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic Bahamas
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This Humpback enjoys the afternoon playing off the Maui coast. Most likely she was teaching her young calf the same tricks!
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Reef Sharks everywhere as we wait and continue the lookout for Tigers. A diver can always find excitement when there are Reef Sharks on the reef. This image was taken during a dive at El Dorado Reef off the Bahamas.
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date posted posted: Saturday, March 26, 2011
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) Bahamas
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My favorite wreck off Nassau. The wreck is home to a lot of soft coral and beautiful sponge. This is one of the only naturally sunk ships off Nassau.The prop always become a great photo op with a diver in the background! The Willaurie - Nassau
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This is an often occurrence during the spring months in Hawaii. There is a lot of power being exerted as this Humpback Whale teaches her calf how to bob. This action took place off Maui.
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This Reef Shark cruises high above the reef at Ginormous Reef. This image was taken in 2009 while diving near Tiger Beach.
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date posted posted: Saturday, March 19, 2011
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Tiger Sharks patrol Tiger Beach and mingle with many of the other species that make the beach their home.
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date posted posted: Saturday, March 19, 2011
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Another lucky shot of a beautiful Humpback Whale off Molokia near Maui. This one whale is preparing to bob. Amazing!!!!!!!!
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The Porkfish of Paso Cedral off the beautiful island Cozumel. These fish are here year after year enjoying the warm water currents.
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This image was taken during a beautiful sunset at Cable Beach in Nassau with my Tokina 10-17 mm lens
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The mountains of Maui stand in the background of the Lahaina Harbor. The harbor is home to whale watching boats, dive boats, and fishing vessels. Small but quite busy! This is an HDR image.
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Bobbing for fun! This mother Humpback shows her skill at bobbing out of the water. This image was taken on a beautiful day off Lahaina, Maui.
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A relentless Tiger Shark makes a pass by after trying to open our bait crate. She eventually got into it but she provided lots of excitement at Tiger Beach - Bahamas
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This image was taken last week during a trip on the water off Lahaina in Maui. This creatures are very impressive with their mighty power! A mother Humpback plays with her young and teaches them tricks in the earlier stage of their lives.
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A mouth only another Humpback could love! When photographing these creatures not even my 12-24 cuts the deal .....Close shooting! Taken Molokai in Hawaii.
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See the lines on my face? This Lemon Shark examines its face in the dome of my housing while diving at Hammertime off the Bahamas.
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A fluke shot of a Humpback Whale off Lahaina, Maui. These mammals travel from Alaska to give birth and train their young. They are often escorted by a male, not sure if this is a male or female.
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Once in a lifetime chance! A mother Humpback Whale stops by for a visit while diving off Molokai off the coast of Maui. This was more stunning than the Hammerheads we saw. These beautiful mammals make a long journey to Hawaii to raise their calves.
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Super mug shot of a huge Critter Steven
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Tiger Shark in for a landing after inspecting the surface. This image was taken at Tiger Beach - Bahamas
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Home and docked from a awesome trip to the Bahamas aboard the MV Shear Water in 2009. Im having fun using my HDR software.
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How do you like me now? Big Tiger Sharks at Tiger Beach provide intense action!
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In come the first of many visitors we had on an amazing day at Tiger Beach - Bahamas
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Tiger Beach provides endless photo opportunities and lots of sharks.
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This Lemon Shark glides in for a closer look. This image was taken at Ginormous a great reef with a large amount of sharks - Bahamas
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