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Not all of our selected scuba diving pictures are by professional photographers. Some of the following fish pictures are by talented amateur photographers, and an excellent job they have made of it. Throughout this series of picture galleries, we have tried to present the best marine photographs we could find that captured a sense of being there. Until your next scuba diving vacation — Enjoy!

" I am the daughter of Earth and Water,
And the nursling of the Sky;
I pass through the pores of the ocean and shores;
I change, but I cannot die."
- Percy Bysshe Shelley

THE PINK ROOM
Scuba Gallery #6

Bob Klemow - Permission granted 7/11/02 - Thank you!

"Spotlight parrotfish, Honduras"
by Bob Klemow
Dr.Alexander Mustard  - Permission granted 7/17/02 - Thank you!

"Hogfish, Red Sea"
by Alexander Mustard
Bob Cohen - Permission granted 8/5/02 - Thank you!

"Hawksbill turtle, Saba"
by Bob Cohen
Zubi - Permission requested 7/11/02

"Ribbon eel, Borneo"
by Zubi
Patrick Fletcher - Permission granted 7/12/02 - Thank you!

"Nurse shark, Belize"
by Patrick Fletcher


* 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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