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The Sydney Pygmy Pipehorse The Sydney Pygmy Pipehorse
I thought my eyes were deceiving me. All I could make out was a little white fish resembling a seahorse, no bigger than a 50-cent piece. Yet it was so elaborately disguised I literally bumped into it head first.....
Added: December 14th 2004 at 4:13am
Baby Port Jackson Baby Port Jackson
This little PJ pup was part of a pack of 15-20 little babies in Watsons Bay, Sydney. We observed them for over a month in September 2001, before they moved out into deeper water and finally disappeared. Photocomp December '04 - Open
Added: December 14th 2004 at 12:45am
New kid on the block New kid on the block
This is a new discovery from Sydney waters. The little fish, a Sydney Pygmy Pipehorse (Idiotropiscis lumnitzeri), is very hard to photograph. This is a 1:1 shot with a Nikonos III.
Added: December 13th 2004 at 3:04am
You're being watched! You're being watched!
Taken on the left-hand-side of Camp Cove, NSW over very silty, barren ground with a 1:1 framer on a Nikonos III. Photocomp December '04 - Open
Added: December 13th 2004 at 2:46am
Gotcha! Gotcha!
We were nightdiving under the Kurnell refinery jetty, NSW and these little spotted Dumpling Squids were all over the place! I have never seen so many in a night, and many were feeding on the hinge-beak shrimps. Photocomp December '04 - Open
Added: December 13th 2004 at 2:38am
Tiger anemone Tiger anemone
I took this image off the deep end off Fishrock, NSW in 34 meters of water and this was the only one I liked from an entire roll of Velvia.
Added: December 13th 2004 at 2:32am
Hello, pleased to meet you! Hello, pleased to meet you!
The first dive I had with my wife was at Shark Point, Clovelly, NSW, where she met my long time buddy Bart the blue wrasse late one afternoon. Photocomp December '04 - Open
Added: December 8th 2004 at 6:11am
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