The blue ringed octopus is one of the most poisonous creatures that you can encounter, but it didn’t stop us getting in close for some photos. After a few rounds of the strobes, the blue rings were bright and being … Continue reading
As we drifted along a wall at Bunaken in Indonesia, this turtle approached me from below and continued right over me.
This seahorse was tiny, smaller than the nail on my little finger. It was very difficult to get a shot in focus as it swayed around in the current.
Hiding inside an old bottle, this little guy was cautiously poking his head out.
Hiding inside the shell is a coconut octopus.
I waited for sometime for this frogfish to launch its lure and open its mouth wide open. I wasn’t quite quick enough to capture it fully open though. Taken in Lembeh, October 2012.
As our guide pointed out a large common cuttlefish, I spotted this pair hiding amongst some coral.
Whilst taking this photo of a ribbon eel I missed an eagle ray swimming past behind me. Back on the boat everyone was talking about the eagle ray, but I was happy to have missed it as ribbon eels have … Continue reading
On the stern section of the James Egan Layne in Plymouth, this John Dory was a rather shy subject. Thankfully they don’t swim very quickly so I was able to reposition and capture this side on shot.
The seals at Lundy are incredibly friendly. This one caught a glimpse of himself in the dome of my fisheye lens and started nosing it.