The heart of the sea
The school opens up to reform again behind my back
Marking the territory
Male sea lion marks the limits of his territory.
Pork fishes in fomration!
In the school
School of yellow snapper (Lutjanus argentiventris) in Cabo Pulmo, Mexico.
My best profile
When the viz is bad, you jump in the water, turn around, and get surprised by a whale shark...
Portrait of gulf grouper
Portrait of Gulf grouper (Mycteroperca jordani). Cabo Pulmo, Mexico.
Almost too close
An alpha male of sea lion ensures I don't get too close to his territory by a very direct threat.
School of yellow snappers hovering next to the wreck of El Vencedor.
The schools are so think in the waters of Baja California, it is easy to lose the orientation when surrounded by so many fishes!
Detail of the Fang Ming wreck.
Silhouette of a hard coral. Sea of Cortez, La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico.
Faster than me
A puppy of sea lion (Zalophus californianus) playfully checks out the reflection on my dome port. Los islotes, La Paz, Mexico.
Blue and Yellow
Off the rock
Silverstripe chromis near the Isla de los Lobos
Underwater photographer apporaching the bow of the Fang Ming Wreck, near La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Corals of California
One of many
The yellow of these snappers shines in the sun
What remains of El Vencedor
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