Andre’s Rock

Andre’s Rock

Grand Bahama, Bahamas – Andre’s rock is a coral head I named off a fairly new wreck site known as Cindy’s Wreck or the Sinikuat. This coral head played host to a variety of coral, sponge, and various species of fish. What made this coral head stand...
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...
United Caribbean

United Caribbean

The United Caribbean Shipwreck located off the coast of Boca Raton, Florida is a commonly visited shipwreck site that Pompano Dive Center visits. The wreck sits at about 70 feet to the sand with the deck being at about 50 feet. History: Originally built in 1969 this...
Turtle in the Dark

Turtle in the Dark

This portrait of a hawksbill sea turtle in Grand Bahama, Bahamas was taken on a patch reef dive site where coral heads will rise out of the sand and often have a mushroom-like shape to them. Patch reef is some of my favorite type of reef to dive, mainly because I just...
Coral Seascape

Coral Seascape

Grand Bahama, Bahamas This seascape of sea fans taken on a reef I was diving in Grand Bahama. The back and forth swaying of the sea fans as a result of the ever-present ocean swell. I really like how this photo captures...

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