Under the Sea fan

Under the Sea fan

I am always amazed at seeing the evolution all wrecks go through, starting the moment they are sunk. Here, a school of grunts takes refuge under a large sea fan growing out from the wreck. Seeing how all sorts of growth like sponge, sea fan, coral, algae, etc cover...
Roughhead Blenny

Roughhead Blenny

A Roughhead Blenny defends his home he made more himself on the side of a large head of brain coral. Otherwise known as Secretary Blennies, this species of tube blennies make their homes on shallow reefs of the western Atlantic Ocean. Almost always making their homes...
Goby on Grouper Eye

Goby on Grouper Eye

While on a dive in Grand Bahama, Bahamas, I came across a cleaning station on the reef in which I saw this large black grouper being cleaned by hundreds of cleaner gobies. Also known as neon gobies, Elacatinus, a genus of small marine gobies group together on small...
Lionfish Spines

Lionfish Spines

Key Largo, Florida Keys Often times the most destructive and invasive forces can be the most beautiful if you look at them from a different angle. This macro shot of a large lionfish I spotted while diving in the Florida Keys put me within inches of its...
Bluestriped Grunt

Bluestriped Grunt

Grand Bahama, Bahamas While diving a wreck site known as Duncans Wreck where I happened upon a school of bluestriped grunt huddled up inside the wheelhouse of the ship. Duncans sits at about 80 ft below the surface and is always a favorite site of mine when diving in...

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