Mackenzie Bridges

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Tunnel of fish by Zena Holloway!

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Scripps Pier Sunset, La Jolla, California

Featured Creature on Twitter: "Mind-blowing photo of a Bobtail Squid by Todd Bretl. And for more Bobtail Squid goodness:"

Hope you are all having the perfect Monday (or Sunday)

Bethlehem Anilao, Philippines

Little Egg Cowry

Beneath the Waves

Souriez, vous êtes photographié :)

Today's my last day at Barefoot island resort and then I've got three more islands in quick succession. (One night in each) Hoping to get another snorkel or dive in today! For anyone that's never experienced what the reef looks like it's another world beneath the surface, I'm loving the chance to photograph it. @aquatech_imagingsolutions #aquatech #awesomeadventuresfiji

Oct 10, 2013 at 12:50am UTC

Porcelain Crab with EGGS Nikon D800e, Nauticam Housing, Nikon 105mm VR macro, +5 Reefnet Subsee Diopter, Reefnet Subsee Dual Hinge Adapter, Idas Arms and Focus light, Sea and Sea YS-250 strobes.

pink anemone fish at home in the anemone

Maldivian Blackfooted Anemone fish - Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa House reef


The ocean was beautiful this morning. 🐢📷👌 #hawaii #clarklittle🆑 #honu #paradise Nikon d4

Ribbon eel By: Weissmueller Franz

Image Name: Explosion #hawaii #backwash #clarklittle🆑 Nikon d300

🐟🐟🐟📷#aholehole #hawaii #clarklittle🆑

Immortal Jellyfish, The Only Known Species Known to Live Forever: U jelly? (Photo by Takashi Murai)

Anybody up for a #goldenhour #surf session at #ByronBay? Great shot by @surf_rocks!

Ocean Sunset

Walk with me 🚶

purple crown

Portuguese Man o' War on sea surface Despite its outward appearance, the Man o' War is not a jellyfish but a siphonophore, which differs from jellyfish in that it is not actually a single organism, but a colonial organism made up of many minute individuals called zooids.The Man-of-War floats on a gas-filled, blue to pink, translucent body called a pneumatophore. photo credit: © Luis Quinta / image via: