Take a Breath
Having a nice surface interval with this Hawksbill Turtle! One of those situations that proves to you, one should never be on the water without a camera close by!
As the sunset the real colors began to show.
Hawksbill Turtle at the surface on a glassy day.
An Anenome from a different perspective.
Eye See the Light
Reef Squid close up
It Takes Two
A pair of Eagle Rays head into the shallows
A Spotted Eagleray swims gracefully on the North Wall of Grand Cayman
Trippy Blenny close up
Ambient light fills a large swim through.
Requesting a Fly-by
Southern Stingray swimming near the surface at Stingray City Sandbar, Grand Cayman
Low and Steady
Silversides putting on a show, like always. Cheeseburger Reef, Grand Cayman
This is a close up of a very colorful Lettuce Sea Slug I found in Little Cayman. The colors and patterns this image has quickly mad eit one of a favorites from the trip.
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Tarpon preparing for some lunch.
Finding a Slender Filefish in the blue water screamed one thing. Black Background!
Friends for Life
This is a composite of six different shots of the same Slender File Fish.
A composite of three different poses from the same Arrow Blenny.
Close up of coral polyps.
Sinking mangrove blooms being lit by the sun!
I always put an effort into having encounters with Turtles at the surface. What it comes down to is respecting the animal and in turn them respecting you back. It takes time and patience, but man is it worth it.
This is my way of catching some rays.
One of those times, where you feel like the Manta chose you.
The Safe Zone
Was able to get right on the edge of the breaking wave at the right time.
This coral polyp makes me think of an underwater flower.
An Eagle Ray putting on a show for me.
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