A diver enjoys the peacefulness of the kelp forest at San Clemente Island, California
Sea Fan and Diver
A diver passes over a large sea fan along the wall of Sawa Utara - Wakatobi.
Diver at Isthmus Reef
Passing by a crevice in the reef.
A massive school of jack mackerel surrounds my dive buddy at "The Arch" at Santa Barbara Island, California.
A Mola mola and diver while snorkeling off the coast of San Diego, California.
A huge Mola mola miles off the coast of San Diego, California.
Playful harbor seal nips at my fins at Old Marineland.
Diver and Crown of Thorns
Our DM diligently collecting a crown of thorns sea star at Roma - Wakatobi.
Giant Barrel Sponge
A school of tiny fish surrounds this massive barrel sponge at Dunia Baru - Wakatobi
Reticulate dascyllus dance amongst the table coral as my wife slowly approaches for a closer look. Lorenzo's Delight - Wakatobi
Huge table corals reach out from the colorful walls at a site called Pockets - Wakatobi
Soft corals, sea fans, sponges, and hard corals cover the steep wall at Malabea - Wakatobi.
Sea Whips and Diver
Colorful red sea whips and sponges adorn the wall along Malabea - Wakatobi.
Colorful sponges and sea fans line the bottom of "The Arch" at San Clemente Island.
Blue Shark Dome Kiss
A gorgeous female blue shark kisses my dome port in the clear blue water off the coast of Catalina Island.
The Piper Warrior wreck at Catalina Island.
Curious sea bird
A curious sea bird visits the boat while we take a break from snorkeling various drift kelp paddies.
Diver and Purple Hydrocoral
Purple hydrocoral at Farnsworth Bank, Catalina Island.
I couldn't believe the variety and color of these beautiful corals!
Bright yellow tube sponges were the highlight of this shallow reef.
Wreck of the ex-USS Kittiwake. She was a submarine rescue vessel, and we sunk in her final resting place on January 5, 2011.
Looking up at the mighty Kittiwake from the aft starboard anchor which helps to hold her in an upright position.
Looking down and aft from the bow of the Kittiwake.
Psycho the Eel
Stingrays weren't the only attraction at Stingray City!
A diver checks out a moon jelly after a dive at Eagle Rock.