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Coral gardens of the Kingdom of Tonga
Young freediver approaches a coral rock
Lion fish 'chief' under resort's wharf
White-tentacled anemone (Actinothoe albocincta) close-up
Snapper gliding above meadows of brown algae in shallows of Goat Island marine reserve.
Sabella spallanzanii, a pest in nz waters
Too blue to be real?
This is a cropped image, the jelly was less than 1cm in diameter and I had only a 60mm lens frown
Fan worm from murky Browns Bay
Diver approaching wall covered with Ecklonia kelp
Another beauty from the 'barren' Browns Bay. 60mm lens used.
A gem nudibranch (Dendrodoris) on a "barren" Browns Bay beach
My companion for the whole dive
A beautiful sponge in a very silty harbour
Violet finger sponge glowing in the murky waters of Mahurangi Harbour.
That catchy eye
A cropped image, visibility was ~0.5m that day after a heavy rain frown
A jellyfish floating next to our diving boat.
Note: Pre-digital times, Canon 300, negative film.
Girls swimming in the clear waters of Tarawera River
Note: A pre-digital photo, Nikon F90, no flash
An old image from my pre-digital times, a huge school of juvenile fish just under the surface
Kelp in the current
Astropecten spiny sea star
Blue cod gliding over the kelp forest
Under the kelp forest canopy
Snapper face to face
Astropecten spiny sea star on the silty bottom of Mahurangi Harbour
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