smaller than the size of your thumb nail
something the casual ocean-goer fears...but the reality is 99% of sharks aren't looking for us ;)
Sitting in the debris field of the USS Emmons in 130ft of water. Waiting for my buddy to show and show me an old, Japanese fighter plane engine.
the right side sight was severely damaged from lying under water since WWII. The left sight is still intact and always drew my attention.
Night diving on the USS Emmons and my buddy, Russell Lemasters, happened to "open up the sun" on me at 115ft.
when the night falls, strange critters skitter about the reef.
skimming 2ft off the bottom, looking for prey...Lionfish are everywhere in Okinawa
Anemone fish are always entertaining to watch...and very photogenic.
part of a water treatment plant off the Sunabe Seawall...comes out of the shadows like an alien fortress