Underwater macro photographer Kim Eldridge loves taking photos of eyeballs! Check out some additional work by Eldridge here: kimeldridgephoto.com
While diving on Deep Molasses reef in Key Largo, Florida, photographer Stephen Frink takes the first ever picture of the rare blanket octopus. Stephen Frink is the world’s most widely published underwater photographer. With a career spanning nearly three decades, his photos have appeared in a wide variety of dive journals and magazines worldwide, and […]
A trunkfish cruises around French Reef, looking for a snack. The trunkfish blows water out of its mouth to expose prey such as mollusks, crustaceans, worms, and sponges. Come dive the Keys and check out a trunkfish in person!
Check out why Key Largo has been dubbed the Dive Capital of the World.
Santa went over to Elbow Reef to check out the City of Washington Wreck!
Ever had a Key Lime Muffin?! Thought not… If you are interested in trying one, come on down to Harriette’s Restaurant in Key Largo, Florida. A wonderful restaurant with home cooked meals, specializing in homemade biscuits and muffins. Get your carb on and then go explore underwater Key Largo!
Coral reefs are some of the most amazing habitats on the planet. But many people don’t realize that reefs are actually living animal colonies, and these colonies can be very fragile. Islamorada photographer and dive guide Allison Estape explains the importance of not touching coral. Allison lives on Islamorada with her husband Carlos. Allison and […]
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Here are some photos I took of my underwater rig that I use for Dive Documentaries. I shoot with a Canon 550D T2i in an Ikelite housing with a big ole dome port and a Tokina 11-16mm wide angle lens. Rigged a sweet little tripod setup that is actually a complete pain in the neck […]