While diving in Bonaire a few years ago, I witnessed an impressive show of camouflage. The nine pictures below are all of the same octopus over a span of 15 minutes as we played a game of hide and seek. … Continue reading
Nudibranchs are one of my favorite underwater critters to photograph. They typically display flamboyant coloration and are slow moving, perfect for macro photography. I also like the challenge of finding them, especially diving in the Caribbean. The photograph below is … Continue reading
Can you find the hidden crab in the image below? I was searching for a shortnose batfish in Saba when I found this little guy instead. Drag the green slider to reveal the answer! Click here for a closer view.
It’s no wonder that people step on scorpianfish. They are hard to see when they are right in front of you. Can you find the scorpianfish in this picture? I found this one near Sipadan, but they are very common … Continue reading
It’s not often that you get to see the world in a totally new way. So my first dive to view fluorescence in underwater creatures was really mind-blowing. Fluorescence is commonly confused with bioluminescence, the simple difference being that bioluminescence … Continue reading
I love capturing the amazing natural patterns I find when diving. They aren’t the obvious photographs to take when surrounded by fish, turtles, and other critters. But I am drawn to them for some reason, perhaps because I move very … Continue reading
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Complete darkness. Deep water. Caves. Confined spaces. Skeletons. Some common primal human fears to be sure. Taken together, they made for the most memorable dive of my recent scuba diving trip to the islands of Mabul, Kapalai, and Sipadan off … Continue reading
Another test post. Since you clicked, check out this nudibranch. Guess which Pokemon it is named for!