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picture of jewel fish
soft coral pictures
pictures of squirrel fish
starfish photograph
sea grouper photograph

The 'presence' of the marine photographs in this picture gallery are what captivated us. They make you feel like you are indeed under the water, in and amongst the fish, watching as the huge manta ray sails silently overhead. We are most grateful to the talented photographers who have kindly permitted us to display their pictures of fish, reef and coral, from around the world — Enjoy!

" And when the red morning is bright'ning
They bathe in the fresh sunbeam;
They have strength for their swiftness I deam,
Then ascend with me, daughter of Ocean."
- Percy Bysshe Shelley

THE RED ROOM
Scuba Gallery #1

Phillip Slosberg - Permission granted 7/17/02 - Thank you!

"Blackbar Soldierfish, Dominica"
by Phillip Slosberg
Jim McDermott - Permission granted 7/12/02 - Thank you!

"Garibaldi in Kelp, California"
by Jim McDermott
Mirko Zanni  - Permission requested 8/1/02

"Manta ray, Rangiroa, French Polinesia"
by Mirko Zanni
Peter Meyer - Permission granted 7/28/02 - Thank you!

"Anthias fish on soft coral, Fiji"
by Peter Meyer
Mary Lou Frost - Permission ganted 7/11/02 - Thank you!

"Squirrel fish, Cayman Islands"
by Mary Lou Frost


* In many instances, these photographs are available as a print for framing, as a poster, as wallpaper or screensaver for your computer, or as an e-mail or regular postcard. Please visit the photographer's site if you are interested in their art. In any case, these photographs are copyright - please do not copy them from this site.


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Scuba Diving booksReef Fish Identification: Florida, Caribbean, Bahamas   by Paul Humann, Ned DeLoach
Another wonderful book in the Humann/ DeLoach series. The photos are amazing and there are simple diagrams to help you distinguish between similar-looking fish. Nothing can compare to this very visual and consumer friendly reference book. Unique photos, excellent layout and easy recognition of the descibed species make this a must for every scuba diver. This is the authoritative reference for reef fish throughout the Florida, Caribbean and Bahamas area.
  Reef Creature Identification: Florida Caribbean Bahamas: In the same series, identifies sponges, jellyfish, flat worms, crustaceans, mollusks, star fish - if it is not a fish then it is in this book.
  Reef Coral Identification: Florida Caribbean Bahamas: THE definitive guide. It thoroughly covers each type of coral and gives identification information as well as full color photographs. In addition, it covers other plant life likely to be encountered while snorkeling or diving.
  The Reef Set: Get all three in a boxed set - the ultimate gift for the scuba diver that has everything!

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