Mar 152014
 

I realize that I’ve inundated you with loads of photos from Bonaire recently.  Typically, I try to post photos from a geographically diverse array of dive and snorkel destinations, but the truth is that we’ve spent a considerable amount of time in Bonaire during the past year.  We’ve become quite enamored with its diversity of critters, laid-back atmosphere and plethora of shore diving sites.

Here are some shots we took on Bari Reef last month.

Christmas Tree Worm

Christmas Tree Worm

Moon Jellyfish

Moon Jellyfish

Porcupinefish

Porcupinefish

Honeycomb Cowfish, by Mr. Reeftraveler

Honeycomb Cowfish, by Mr. Reeftraveler

Arrow Crabs, by Mr. Reeftraveler

Arrow Crabs, by Mr. Reeftraveler

Peacock Flounder

Peacock Flounder

Scrawled Filefish, by Mr. Reeftraveler

Scrawled Filefish, by Mr. Reeftraveler

Schooling Grunts, by Mr. Reeftraveler

Schooling Grunts, by Mr. Reeftraveler

Scorpionfish

Scorpionfish

Schoolmaster, by Mr. Reeftraveler

Schoolmaster, by Mr. Reeftraveler

Shy Squirrelfish

Shy Squirrelfish

Trumpetfish

Trumpetfish

In addition to bombarding you with photos, I wanted to give you and update on our photo equipment.  I am now shooting with the following system-

Camera – Canon G16

Housing – RecSea

Strobes –  one Sea & Sea ys-d1 and one Sea & Sea ys-110a

Ultralight tray and arms

Mr. Reeftraveler is now shooting with the following-

Camera – Canon S120

Housing – RecSea

Strobes – two Sea & Sea ys-d1

Ultralight tray and arms

Sola 1200 photo light

We both upgraded in December, and so far we are very pleased with the new gear.

Are you considering an upgrade to one of the models we use?  If so, I’m happy to answer your questions if you leave me a comment.

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