July, 2014 Underwater Explorers Society (UNEXSO), Grand Bahama Island Continue reading Wordless Wednesday : Dive Boat
About 7 years ago, a local dive shop organized a July dive trip to the Bahamas. The pinnacle dive is a shark feed with Caribbean Reef Sharks. This was a very special dive because it was the first time I … Continue reading Wildlife Wednesday : Shark Diving
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!
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
Social distancing, quarantine, and isolation has forced me to clear out my DVR, clean my crib and organize some of my digital files. Going through a lot of digital files has brought back a lot of great memories from a … Continue reading Short Underwater Clips
As I mentioned in my last post, I traveled to the Bahamas to dive Tiger Beach in the Bahamas. I met our dive liveaboard charter, the Dolphin Dream in Palm Beach, Florida and sailed first to Grand Bahama Island to … Continue reading Sharks in Black & White and Color
A few of my friends encouraged me to grab a last-minute spot on the M/V Dolphin Dream liveaboard. The purpose of this dive trip was to visit the infamous Tiger Beach in the Bahamas. Tiger Beach is considered one of … Continue reading Swimming with Wild Spotted Dolphins in the Bahamas
Last February, I presented this video at The New York Underwater Photographic Society (NYUPS). NYUPS is the photographic subgroup of the New York Sea Gypsies. Each month the group meets to share their underwater images. This month the subject was … Continue reading Big Animals I’ve Recorded So Far with my GoPro