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coral polyps
photograph of a morey eel

From the Pacific to the Atlantic, the best scuba diving pictures make you feel like you are underwater on the reef with the photographer and the fish. Whether the fish are hiding in crevices in the coral, under ledges on a shipwreck, or swimming in open water, the beauty of these marine creatures, shown in the wonderful photographs in this picture gallery, is outstanding — Enjoy!

" I sit upon the sands alone —
The lightning of the noontide ocean
Is flashing round me, and a tone
Arises from its measured motion."
- Percy Bysshe Shelley

THE ORANGE ROOM
Scuba Gallery #2

Zubi - Permission requested 7/11/02

"Longnose hawkfish, Sulawesi"
by Zubi
Luiz A. Rocha - Permission requested 7/11/02

"Porkfish, Brazil"
by Luiz A. Rocha
Ed Robinson  - Permission granted 7/11/02 - Thank you!

"Reef shark, Bahamas"
by Ed Robinson
Linda Gettmann - Permission granted 7/16/02 - Thank you!

"Shipwreck, Florida Keys"
by Linda Gettmann
Wilhelm Bögershausen - Permission granted 7/12/02 - Thank you!

"Sponge and Coral, Truk Lagoon"
by Wilhelm Bögershausen


* 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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underwater moviesGreat White + The Ultimate Guide To Sharks  
This DVD contains two shark documentarys from the Discovery Channel. Great White - The Great White shark by reputation is the most fierce and formidable predator on Earth. Often considered a veritable "killing machine" driven by an insatiable lust for flesh and blood, no creature arouses more fear or fascination in humans, yet none is more misunderstood. Meet a predator driven by a desperate urge to endure in a world of drastically diminished opportunities for survival.
  The Ultimate Guide to Sharks - Sleek, powerful, menacing, feared. Witness first-ever footage of the prehistoric-looking Greenland shark from the Arctic Circle. Get an intimate look at the goblin shark, once thought to be extinct. Encounter the gentle whale shark, the wobbegong, tiger, hammerhead, and nurse sharks and many more.   See other movies on Our Scuba Bookshelf

diving booksDiving and Snorkeling Guide to Truk Lagoon by Tim Rock.
Truk offers about the best u/w photography in the world, and this book gives you an idea of what to expect, and how to get ready. And will be a great help in identifying some of your shots when you get home.   See other books on Our Scuba Bookshelf


Gifts from Maui – Keep your memories of Maui alive. Great Gift ideas for your friends, your family and yourself - T-shirts, golf shirts, caps, books, screensavers - Click here!

Clownfish Gallery T-shirt – Choose any of Wilhelm Bögershausen's fabulous underwater pictures and have it printed on a t-shirt. Great gift! Click here!

Linda Gettmann prints are also for sale. Contact Linda directly and explain your requirements. Click here!

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