This photo was taken by one of the divemasters during our group dive at Stingray City. No humans were harmed during this photo shoot.
This moray showed up at Stingray City, looking for handouts. It bumped into someone else's camera housing, which led to this photo.
This is a very large moray with very bad teeth. Needs dentures.
Note the teeth
Something took a chunk out of this fish.
I have no idea what this is, but it is extremely nifty looking. About an inch long.
This is a difficult shot, since the goby is maybe an inch long and jerks around like it's on a coffee binge.
This little two-inch fish was butting against my camera dome.
The boat crew speared several of these lionfish, which we had for dinner.
This nudibranch is something over one inch long.
This fish is perhaps 1 1/2 inches long.
Taken from a distance of about three inches.
This stingray had burrowed under a thin layer of sand.
This grouper is getting his teeth cleaned by those small gobies you can see around his mouth.
This guy was at 114 feet, which was below the safe Nitrox dive limit. So, I did a quick bounce down for the picture and came right back up.
Your Standard Cayman Turtle
Just a couple of feet long
Turtle Up Close and Personal
This guy snuck up on me from behind
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