CRITTERS OF DOMINICA
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|The lush reefs
of Dominica provide homes for a vast array of marine life. Seahorses, which are seldom
seen elsewhere, are seen on almost every dive in Dominica
Tussey Housed N90 w/105mm lens
|A large flotilla
of Blackbar Soldierfish cruise along the reef near Scott's Pinnacle. Looks like they are
all the same rank....one stripers.....I wonder who does the K.P.??
Tussey Housed N90 w/35-70mm lens
fellow is called a Pike Blenny. He is about the size of a pencil and has taken up
residence in the old tube of a feather duster worm. He was shy and kept ducking into the
tube, but was also curious and had to keep coming out to see what I was doing.
Tussey Housed N90 w/200mm lens +5 clasp
Housed SB26 and 103 Strobes on Velvia
Vase Sponges glow with an unearthly light...reminds me of the black light in my bedroom
during the '70s...anybody for a little Led Zeppelin?? (Man, they are so old, they've
come back and gone again!)
Housed N90 w/35-70mm lens
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