Blue throat by Stephen Colquitt

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This colony of blue throated ascidians are marine creatures that live attached to a pylon under the Busselton Jetty.

This is a photograph I took when I was beginning to learn about underwater phtography.

Scuba diving and photography often make some wonderful images. Water and cameras however do not mix so well, which is where the art of underwater photography becomes difficult.

Nikonos V – 35mm with macro extension tube
Fujicrome slide film

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ascidian, blue, dive, macro, ocean, scuba, sea, underwater

Stephen Colquitt is a photographer from Melbourne, Australia. He loves travel, and has a real passion for underwater photography.

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  • webgrrl
    webgrrlover 7 years ago

    ooohhhh so pweety!!!

    Welcome to RB! GriNs

  • ©   Elaine van Dyk
    © Elaine van...over 7 years ago

    Thanks for sharing such interesting pics, and giving us land-lubbers the opportunity to see what you see underwater. Beautiful shot.

  • Graeme Hindmarsh
    Graeme Hindmarshover 7 years ago

    So delicate – exquisite detail. Great shot!

  • Allyeska
    Allyeskaover 7 years ago

    wowee – this is stunning! i love it! what wonderful natural patterns. oh and i tried to leave a comment on your spikey customer but couldnt :S

  • helene
    heleneover 7 years ago

    Amazing shot – love the colours and textures!

  • jenitae
    jenitaeover 7 years ago

    These ascidians are so beautiful, so much nicer than the common one on rocky shores. Again, I am definately a fan

  • Stephanie Johnson
    Stephanie Johnsonalmost 7 years ago

    Beautiful colours! Which camera did you use?

  • Stephen Colquitt
    Stephen Colquittalmost 7 years ago

    This was shot with a Nikonos V Stephanie. I dont have this anymore though. My new housing is for a Nikon D200

  • MattTworkowski
    MattTworkowskialmost 7 years ago

    beautiful coluor & detail mate

  • Bluetiger
    Bluetigeralmost 7 years ago

    Wow..this is totally awesome..nature is full of wonderful surprises!

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