St Thomas: Below

Volume 8, Issue 77; 19 May 2005; last modified 08 Oct 2010

A small selection of underwater photographs from our recent vacation in St. Thomas, USVI.

Deb got me a new camera and its waterproof case as an anniversary present this year (thanks, sweetie!).

Thus armed, I spent a great many hours underwater. It worked like a dream. What also worked like a dream was the “auto” correction in the gimp’s “Levels” tool. I haven't done anything else to punch up the color in these images. That's what it really looks like down there.

Late on the first afternoon, I decide there's time for one more dip before dinner. I swim out towards the float. I never approach it without wondering what lurks in the shadow below. Peering through the steps as I reach for them, I am eye to eye with a large barracuda.

There are a great many more photos like this in St Thomas: Below, May 2005 at Flickr.

The panoramic banner, by the way, is a 360° view from a short distance from shore at Coki Point.

Comments

Wow Norm. They are impressive. The photography too. So what's the camera please? Any comparisons with the Nikon?

—Posted by Dave Pawson on 20 May 2005 @ 07:01 UTC #