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Tompot Blenny photographed while searching for the wreck of a WWII fighter aircraft off the coast of Eastbourne
Tompot Blenny portrait, Swanage Pier
Tompot Blenny photographed on a wreck dive off Swanage.
Nikon D300, 60mm macro.
From my first ever dive in England last weekend - Tompot Blenny portrait taken under Swanage Pier...
Topknot under Swanage pier. Nauticam NA-D7000, 105VR macro, F22, 1/160.
Greater pipefish at Swanage pier
Gem Anemone taken in Kimmeridge Bay.
Pembrokeshire rock pool
Starfish detail
Porthkerris beach
A Velvet Swimming Crab...
A Flatworm (unknown species)
Cornish coastline near Porthkerris
Male cuckoo wrasse, Mewstone, Plymouth.
Tompot Blenny photographed on The Mulberries
Fujifilm S5 Pro, 60mm lens.
Facelina auriculata This shot was taken on a day of minimal viz at best 2metres subject was around 12mm. Plymouth Sound
More jewel amnemonies on the Mannacles in teh SW of England - just can't resist them !
I know jewel anemonies are a cliche - but not without reason. Raglan Reef in SW England has walls and walls of these in all colours - this is why I dive in England. Shot with a Canon G10
This is a huge Luidia. Photographed near the "Mannacles" reef in the SW of England. These starfish are quite common, and move suprisingly fast on their long tube feet. This one was a real bruiser - 0.5m across
Face to Face.
D200 16mm.
Cormorant with freshly caught flounder for dinner - shot taken on the River Thames, UK
River Itchen sunset in Southampton.
On a dive under Brighton Pier, expect the unexpected!
Male cuckoo wrasse.
D200 60mm.
Tompot Blenny, a very photogenic species. taken at Eastern Kings Plymouth a couple days ago on a borrowed Fuji F30 compact and inon lens
Blue Stinging Jellyfish (uncropped) - Cyanea lamarcki - Plymouth - UK
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