f 8, 1/160 sec, ISO 400, 16mm
I spent a week diving off Taveuni, Fiji to photograph the incredible amount of biodiversity inhabiting their reefs. There was so much sea life, it was hard to decide where to point your camera. This particular scene caught my eye because the soft corals stood out prominently hanging from ledges on this huge coral head. The trick was holding your position steady and framing the picture in the strong current. The lighting was tricky in such an expansive scene. The antheas swimming in all directions along the top of the coral head is the icing on the cake.