Pair of cuttlefish. Taken on a night dive at Port Stephens, NSW, Australia. Cuttlefish change colour/pattern to communicate, camoflauge themselves and intimidate predators. These two are using two different patterns.
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These things are so cool.
Outstanding piece, love the black background
Fantastic image,one of my favs too
Beautiful shot. Their skin is amazing!
This is a great shot, I love the sheer blackness around them. How deep do you usually dive?
Only to about 25…but this was on a night dive in 6m water and with high shutter speed.
Excellent shot – your underwater photo skills are impressive!
Your portfolio is really good. I love the underwater shots….. this is the best of the lot.Well done.
Great shot. Were they mating?
Thanks and nope, just swimming around.
What a fantastic shot! Edith