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    Default More Photos from December Trip

    Here's a few more!

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    absolutely stunning!
    Thank you for sharing

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    Yes absolutely stunning, you do have a way of capturing the moment is breathtaking detail.
    And Jerry said, Keep it light, Keep it friendly. Post Like Jerry.

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    Excellent, Dixie !! Especially like the jelly !!
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    I like the Jelly too!! That's actually the first time I've ever seen moon jellies in Bonaire (night dive on Bari Reef).

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    Great photo, what kind of jelly fish is that??

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    Thanks! I believe it's a moon Jelly. We saw 6-8 of them on a night dive at Bari Reef.

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    Great pics, Dixie. What sort of setup are you using...very wide angle for some, I assume?

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    I have a Nikon D7000 in an Aquatica housing. Had some technical issues this trip so could use only 1 strobe instead of 2 (Sea&Sea YS110's). I shoot macro 80-90% of the time and mainly use a 60mm lens. For the wide angle I tried a Nikon 10-24mm rectilinear lens which worked out great/better for me as I'm not really good with properly lighting my fisheye lens (no patience for practicing!!). I take more camera gear with me than clothes lol !!!.

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