2016Mar Roatan Dive 3: Green Reef by Willis Chung
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A giant anemone. Didn't spot the shrimp in this one until I was on my computer!
Another sharptail puffer photo.
Spotted eagle ray going past us. I should have cut off my strobes!
Another glimpse of the spotted eagle ray.
A branching hydroid
An indigo hamlet. Haven't seen one before!
A juvenile stoplight and redband parrotfish with an adult bluehead
An orange lumpy encrusting sponge. Great name!
Fairy basslet, always easy to spot
A little orangespotted filefish
A west indian sea egg. Not too sharp
Indigo hamlet
Ocean surgeonfish being tailed by a redband parrotfish
Juvenile redband parrotfish waits for me to go by
Banded butterflyfish taking a bite out of the coral
A banded butterflyfish waits to get a cleaning from the juvenile bluehead wrasse
Taken in Roatan, Honduras. Nikon D800e in Aquatica AD800 housing, Nikkor 105mm f2.8 VR, with triple YS-110a strobes
Neon goby watching me carefully
Taken in Roatan, Honduras. Nikon D800e in Aquatica AD800 housing, Nikkor 105mm f2.8 VR, with triple YS-110a strobes
A giant anemone.  Didn't spot the shrimp in this one until I was on my computer! Another sharptail puffer photo. Spotted eagle ray going past us.  I should have cut off my strobes! Another glimpse of the spotted eagle ray. A branching hydroid An indigo hamlet. Haven't seen one before! A juvenile stoplight and redband parrotfish with an adult bluehead An orange lumpy encrusting sponge.  Great name! Fairy basslet, always easy to spot A little orangespotted filefish A west indian sea egg.  Not too sharp Indigo hamlet Ocean surgeonfish being tailed by a redband parrotfish Juvenile redband parrotfish waits for me to go by Banded butterflyfish taking a bite out of the coral A banded butterflyfish waits to get a cleaning from the juvenile bluehead wrasse Neon goby watching me carefully
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