THE CRITTERS OF DOMINICA
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Click on this image to see LARGE (47KB) View of Seahorse 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
Housed SB26 and 103 Strobes on Velvia

Click on this Image to see enlarged (41KB) View 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
Housed SB26 and 103 Strobes on Velvia

Click on this image to see the LARGE view (36KB) of the Pikeblenny This little 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
Click on this image to the the LARGE (53KB) view of this beautiful, irridescent vase sponge These iridescent 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!)

Tussey Housed N90 w/35-70mm lens
Housed SB26 and 103 Strobes on Velvia

 

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