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The barracuda is more intimidating than dangerous, but the spotted puffer fish is quite poisonous. Such are the hazards of a photographer's occupation. The excellent underwater photography seen in these scuba diving pictures is brought to you by dedicated artists who love their subject. You are invited to contact them to purchase professional prints to decorate the walls of your home — Enjoy!

" Borne to the ocean, I float down, around,
Into a sea profound, of ever-spreading sound:
Meanwhile thy spirit lifts its pinions
In music's most serene dominions."
- Percy Bysshe Shelley

Scuba Gallery #4

Fredy J. Brauchli - Permission granted 8/9/02 - Thank you!

"Barracuda, Bali"
by Fredy J. Brauchli
George Perina - Permission granted 7/11/02 - Thank you!

"Barred hamlet, Honduras"
by George Perina
Jim Christensen - Permission granted 7/20/02 - Thank you!

"Spotted puffer fish"
by Jim Christensen
Ronnie Harris - Permission granted 7/15/02 - Thank you!

"French angelfish, Barbados"
by Ronnie Harris
Dusk Lenartz - Permission granted 7/20/06 -  Thank you.

"Queen angelfish, Turks & Caicos"
by Dusk Lenartz

* 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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