For the last part of my trip report I want to show you the photos from the northern area of the Dampier Strait. We dived many quite a few different sites here (including Arborek Jetty which I’ve already posted about).
Here we saw a host of amazing creatures, larger ones such as mantas & woebegones, and smaller critters such as pontohi pygmy seahorses, snake eels, robust ghost pipe fish and more. Without further ado here are some of the photos that I liked most from this area.
Two (mating?) woebegone sharks, I love how they just look like bits of old carpet!
Pontohi pygmy seahorse:
Many of these images were taken on the Olympus OMD EM1 camera which was lent to me for review so tomorrow I’ll post up a bit more about my experience with it and the pros & cons verses my own little EM5.
This week’s Photo Friday entry: ’Pattern’
At the end of last year I finished my second chapter for photography degree module one. One of the categories was pattern so I had great fun both in the water in Bali and wandering around London finding patterns.
If you want to see more of my underwater photos from various places then check out the galleries in my Reef Beasties Gallery. Or my best from 2012 here.
See all the other photo Friday entries (and submit your own) for ‘Pattern’ here.
This week’s Photo Friday entry: ’Detailed’
This week’s theme is Detailed. Sometimes it’s nice to just zoom in to a coral head to see the wonderful patterns of it. Its amazing what little critters you can find like the little blenny between homes above. Below more coral and urchin patterns.
If you want to see more of my photos from Grand Cayman then check out other photos in my Grand Cayman 2011 Gallery.
See all the other photo Friday entries (and submit your own) for ‘Detailed’ here.