I'm not the best at the whole underwater photography thing. It takes skill and practice and a kick butt set up with lights and some other crazy contraptions. I just
|Yes- Sir- E-Bob-that's a stingray. |
I think it's the one that killed the Crocodile Hunter.
Or maybe not. Probably not. But it could be.
The first is the rare Mr. P fish. I see one of these every time I dive, but others do not. They seem somewhat friendly when approached. Note the fine cinematography and use of light.
And then we have the elusive Gray Angelfish. I don't think he wanted to be on camera. That's probably why his butt was pointed my way most of the time. What can I say? Not every fish is ready for the camera or my rockin' awesome video skills.....
And these underwater thingys. I can't remember what they're technically named and I forgot that they did this-it scared the beegeebies (whatever that is) out of me!
Lastly, the encounter with the pair of triggerfishes. The proper name for these beauties is Balistes Vetula, but what fun is it to be proper? Most folk just call them Queen Triggerfishes. I guess sometimes they're also known as the Old Wife Fish, but that doesn't seem very glamorous or very camera worthy.