Although tiger sharks, Galeocerdo cuvier, have long been considered dangerous to humans, today there are a growing number of dive operations worldwide that focus on putting divers and the sharks in the water together. While some shark experts assert that these encounters are just an accident waiting to happen, it is interesting to note that […]
A Snoot is simply a device that attaches to the end of a strobe to narrow the beam angle from the light source. Its purpose is to provide a photographer with more control over the illumination of the subject. There are companies that make snoots to be used with a number of different strobes on […]
During a recent trip to Lembeh Strait in Indonesia, I happened upon one of the most fascinating marine-life behaviors that I’ve ever observed. Diving along a fairly shallow, barren, sandy slope, I was searching for something really interesting to photograph. My dive buddy was busily taking pictures of porcelain crabs and ghost shrimps going about […]
The banded Sea Krait, Laticauda colubrina, is a species of sea snake that inhabits coral reefs throughout the Indo-Pacific region. They are usually found off the shore of small islands and they often hide in small crevices or under rocks. They are generally nocturnal hunters, but they are often found out during the day. Banded […]
We were here in Cozumel finishing up research and images for the new eBook, Dive Cozumel. This green turtle hatchling was one of 88 baby turtles that we removed from one nest site. We were thrilled to see them all make it safely into the ocean to begin their lives. This is a terrific program […]
During our research visit to Cozumel, we also took video. Here is a 60 second clip of our visit including the release of the 88 turtles. The volunteer groups invest a tremendous amount of time and deserve our thanks.