Mike Bryant's Dive Trips, Photo Galleries

Fine Spotted Moray

Jewelled Moray

Galapagos Snake Eel

White Tip Reef Sharks

Large Banded Blenny

Large Banded Blenny

Red Spotted Barnacle

Blenny

Frogfish

Scorpionfish

Seahorse

Red Lipped Batfish

Sea Hare

Magnificent Scallop

Seastar

Bigscale Soldierfish

Leatherbass Adult

Leatherbass Juvenile

Yellowtail Grunts

Galapagos Grunts

Bigeye Jacks

Striped Chubs

Longnose Hawkfish

Shortnose Hawkfish

Yellowtailed Surgeonfish

King Angelfish

Streamer Hogfish

Green Turtle

Moorish Idol

Marbled Stingray

Scalloped Hammerhead

Schooling Scalloped

Hammerheads

Galapagos, underwater.

        Home Click HERE to enter galleries. Fiji. May 2011 Beqa Lagoon Shark Dive Bahamas Sharks Red Sea, Egypt 2006 Indonesia 1. The Good. Indonesia 2. The Bad. Indonesia 3. The Ugly. Indonesia 4. Nudibranchs. Indonesia 5. Critters. Great White Shark St Vincent, 2009 Red Sea, Egypt 2009 Galapagos Underwater Galapagos Land Machias Seal Island, Maine. June 2010 St Kitts and Saba, August 2010 Philippines, Puerto Galera January 2011 Fish. Philippines, Puerto Galera January 2011 Creatures Fiji, May 2011. Beqa Reefs Bali, Indonesia 2012. Fish. Bali, Indonesia 2012. Behaviors and critters. Bali, Indonesia 2012. Nudibranchs. Blue Heron Bridge, Riviera Beach, Florida. North Sulawesi 2013. Pipefish and Seahorses North Sulawesi 2013. Fish North Sulawesi 2013. Mostly Nudibranchs North Sulawesi 2013. Crabs and Critters North Sulawesi 2013. Cuttlefish and Octopus Blue Heron Bridge, May 2013 Komodo, Indonesia. August 2014, daytime Komodo, Indonesia. August 2014, night dives Philippines, Dumaguete 2015 Fish Philippines Dumaguete 2015, Creatures and Critters Dominica, 2015 Raja Ampat, January 2016 Cayman Islands, October 2016 North Sulawesi 2017. Fish North Sulawesi 2017, Creatures Anilao, Philippines 2017. Fish Anilao, Philippines 2017. Eels, Pipefish Anilao, Philippines 2017. Crabs, shrimp, octopus. Anilao, Philippines 2017. Nudibranchs.

Our first trip to the Galapagos was in 1993, we were back in 2000 and our latest in

2010.  Much has changed, no more night dives allowed, land tours curtailed, islands

we dove in before now off limits. But the northern islands, Wolf and Darwin still came

through with the schooling hammerheads. Besides being very difficult to get to, the

diving  and photography in Galapagos are accompanied with strong currents and

"challenging" water conditions featuring highly variable visibility and temperatures.

A calm, blue clear water morning can be replaced with colder, greener, rougher water

in the afternoon.  A hallmark of Galapagos is that you get to see BIG stuff. Big fish, big

schools--it's exciting diving and easy to overlook the small crittery subjects like

Barnacle Blennies and the wonderfully weird Redlipped Batfish hopping along the

bottom.

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