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Tubeworm in its own little "island" on the coral.
Lemon ray eye; macro.
Shark nosed goby. SubSea 5X.
Trigger fish with a tone mapped filter.
Southern Ray with a tone mapped filter.
Sunset over Lanai as seen from Lahaina, Maui.
Cushion star super macro. Nikon 105; SubSee 5X.
Sponge wheel
Zebra eel. Maui, Hawaii
"Cup Coral Narcosis". When the cup corals start to look this way, You need a loooong safety stop.
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Favorinus japonicus Baba. Interesting name for a tiny little nudi with interesting behavior. Finger on the right, for size reference. Nikon 105mm; SubSea 5X.
Kaleidoscopic image created from a shot of a feather duster peeking out from under a mushroom coral.
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Kaleidoscopic image created from a shot of a blue dragon nudibranch.
Hypselodoris violabranchia. 3 to 4 mm. Violet-gilled nudi. Nikon 105 mm with SubSea 5X. Maui, Hawaii.
Varicose phyllidia. Fried egg nudi. Nikon 105 mm with SubSea 5X. Maui, Hawaii.
Sunset panorama taken from the side of Haleakala, Maui.
Arc-eye hawkfish.
4-mm Flambellina bicolor. 40 to 60 feet, Reef's End, Mololokini crater, Maui, Hawaii. Nikon 105-mm with SubSea 5X.
Very small, 3-mm, member of the Hypselodoris sp. Nikon 105 mm and SubSea 5X. Couldn't get closer due to coral overhang. Sponge began "reaching out'' and touching the nudi with long tendrils. The one directly below eventually crossed the nudi.
Whip coral goby, Maui, Hawaii. Nikon 105 mm with SubSea 5x.
Wailea sunset panorama; Maui, Hawaii. Panorama stitched together from a series of 15 to 20 second exposures.
Bristleworm, Maui, Hawaii. Nikon 105 mm and SubSea 5x.
Sunset, Wailea, Maui. Not a bad way to end a great day of diving!
1 cm juvenile frog fish. Nikon 105 with SubSea 5X. Molokini Crater, Reef's End, Maui, Hawaii.
Gloomy Nudibranch on the wreck of the Hell Diver, Maui, Hawaii. Nikon 105 with SubSea 5X.
Diagonal.
Coral and worms.
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