Most of the photos posted to this page were taken with a Canon 20D in an Ikelike housing with TTL connection to an Ikelite DS-125 and an Inon 2000 substrobe. I also use a Sony Cybershot P150 in a Sony housing attached to a Sea & Sea YS-25 via fiberoptic cable.
Here are a few more shots from last night's dive with Nick. Eventhough we have had a fair bit of rain and the Comoro River is pumping tons of silt into the water, Sandy Bottom remains clear most of the time.
I think this is the same individual of Marionia that we spotted four days ago. Still not certain of the species name, but it appears very similar to an unnamed species in Debilius' book. I plan to send this to the Sea Slug Forum for proper identification.
Diane found this fantastic nudi at 17M. It looked just like a soft coral to me and I'm certain I would have missed it had she not forced me to take a photo. Thanks Di! Unidentified species of Marionia. 7-8cm