Colourful underwater creatures.
The water is getting colder, but also clearer.
I have had some great dives over the past week. I have been fortunate enough to see some amazing colourful underwater creatures.
Not often seen, the cuttlefish is a master of colour. Able to change its texture as well as wash with disco-like colours, it is a fantastic sight to see.
Using my 105mm macro lens, I was able to keep a respectful distance whilst managing a nice tight shot of the little chap.
On the same dive, I managed to get a nice clear shot of a Crinoid, otherwise known as a Featherstar.
Its tiny little legs are wrapped around a red sea whip, out at about 9m at the far end of Alma Bay. A great spot for water movement to carry in plenty of delicious food!
Although the wind has blown up a bit over the past few days, we are hoping for better weather next week.
I’ll be definitely jumping in again soon.
I look forward to shooting some amazing images with you soon.