Welcome to our Underwater World
As a diver you are weightless and can move in all directions.
You approach the freedom of a bird as you move in three dimensions in a fluid environment.

image Welcome; Our web site is about diving and underwater photography. Because without SCUBA diving, it would be diffcult to have underwater photography. Diving for several years has brought us to many interesting parts of the Caribbean. Places like Bonaire, Curacao, Caymen Brac, Little Cayman, Cozumel and Belize to mention a few. Each island having its own uniqueness and beauty. Even though we enjoy seeing what the island has to offer top side, our true goal is to explore what is under the water.

When we dive, it is important not to touch the coral. It takes coral a long time to grow and can be devastated by a simple touch of a hand or kick of a fin. We respect the reefs and what they have to offer. When photographing under the water, we pay special attention to the habitat and if we see a change in the behavior it is time to move on.

SCUBA diving is unique, unlike on land, when you confront an obsticle you must go around it. Under the water you can go over the obstacle. As the quote above states, it is 3 dimensional. With proper buoyancy you are weighless. We were on a drift dive is Cozumel. As we were performing our safety stop, the current made it seem we were in orbit as we watched the reefs below go by.

Please visit our gallery and enjoy our photography. If you have any questions regarding our pictures, feel free to contact us with your questions. We would enjoy hearing from you.

Ocean Visits Underwater Photograpy takes first place in photography.
David DelBiondo

image Ocean Visits Underwater Photography was awarded first place in photography catagory at the 58th Annual Mystic Outdoor Art Festival. The picture judged was the Queen Angel at Salt Pier on Bonaire.

Coral Reefs
Information obtained from earthjustice.org.

The "rainforests of the ocean," coral reefs are biodiversity hotspots that make up less than 1% of the marine environment but are home to 25 percent of the ocean's marine life. Coral reefs are mostly found in clear, shallow, warm waters where sunlight can penetrate and provide nutrients to the algae that sustains coral. Aside from their stunning beauty and rich marine life, coral reefs provide protection to coastal communities from hurricanes, and chemical compounds extracted from coral are used in medicine for cancer, AIDS, and other diseases.

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