Scubie Doo wrote:derekcs wrote:Very warm colors. What were the surroundings like?
Excellent question Derek. This critter was on the large pipe. IMO, I think the rusty orange background makes for great contrast. However, this critter was super small and kept making its way toward the white patches of barnacles. To most likely blend in. So I had to wait for a few fleeting moments when the warbonnet was in a barnacle free patch. As far as location, it was right in the middle of the pipe right in the open. But this thing was tiny. I have no idea how I found it to be honest :-) did that answer your question?
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derekcs wrote:Very warm colors. What were the surroundings like?
YellowEye wrote:Awesome Scube! Thanks for the behind-the-lens story too -- I still need to try shooting with a diopter, so this is useful.
We had a great weekend trying to dive Salt Creek. We made it out for a 100 minute dive on Sat -- calm but poor viz. Today we got blown out and went to Crescent instead. It was a super fun trip!
Jan K wrote:What a beauty, You young guys with eagle eyesight and magic skills. I can't see this stuff underwater myself, so it is a treat to see it on my computer screen.
Thanks for sharing!
dlh wrote:Great photo, nice background! I love that even looking at a tiny critter like this petite warbonnet, there is an even tinnier barnacle that shows up off to the left.
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