Today is great day to celebrate one of the smartest and beloved creatures in the ocean. There are over 40 species of dolphins inhabiting nearly all … Continue reading Happy World Dolphin Day!
Spotted this Pacific Seahorse (Hippocampus ingens) on a dive at Land’s End Arch in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. I captured this images with a Panasonic GH5. … Continue reading Wildlife Wednesday : Seahorse
Every time I plan a dive trip to the Caribbean side of Mexico, I struggle making the decision on which side I should use as a base. Depending on the time of year, each side offers compelling elements. The Cozumel … Continue reading Scuba Diving between Cozumel and Playa de Carmen
It has been estimated that Jellyfish have been around for millions of years. Jellyfish are found all over the world in both cold and warm, deep … Continue reading Wildlife Wednesday : Jellyfish
This images was captured in the Philippines. Continue reading Wordless Wednesday : Sea Anemone
Morays Eels constantly open and close their mouths, a behavior that is often perceived as a threat, but the action simply moves water through their gills … Continue reading Wildlife Wednesday : Moray Eel
This is an image of a Flamingo Tongue feeding on soft coral in the Bahamas. Flamingo Tongues (Cyphoma gibbosum) are commonly found on many of the … Continue reading Wildlife Wednesday : Flamingo Tongue
The island of Los Islotes located in the Sea Cortez hosts many playful and inquisitive California Sea Lions. The Sea Lion colony of Los Islotes is about 45-60 minutes from downtown La Paz, Mexico. The island is only accessible by … Continue reading Mischievous Sea Lions
What a weird and challenging year! Today, I ended the year in Mexico with two relaxing dives at Cenotes Dos Ojos and El Pit with Sofia … Continue reading Final Dives of 2020
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and happiness in the New Year! * The underwater image above was taken in … Continue reading Merry Christmas!
Nature can be cruel at times but once you are dealt your cards. You have to work with what you have. The underwater video below was … Continue reading Missing Limb Sea Turtle