A rather aggressive Spider Crab wards me off in Babbacombe Bay.
Two Blue Sharks compete for the baited line far offshore from the Cornish coast.
I love the way the backlighting brings out the tentacles of this jellyfish, it’s an almost biblical scene.
A small part of what I believe is a type of sea cucumber, captured with a close-up lens.
Bluefin Tuna are seen in the distance, preparing for their next attack on this huge baitball.
Two Tompot Blennies fight over mating rights under Swanage Pier in Dorset.
A serene and other worldly scene, just beneath the surface at Babbacombe Bay.
A very shy and elusive Blackface Blenny captured at the Breakwater Fort just outside Plymouth.
Blue Sharks really are blue you know!
An incredible and extremely rare scene in British waters as we came across Bluefin Tuna hunting a shoal of Pilchards.
A Bluefin Tuna bursts through the shoal of sardines.
A jellyfish dances through the shallows at Babbacombe bay.
I used snooted lighting and panning of the camera to create this creative effect.
A Bluefin Tuna peeks through the school of sardines.
A Juvenile Pollack is framed by the green water and underwater structure at the Breakwater Fort in Plymouth.
The egg case containing a shark or ray, more commonly known as a ‘Mermaid’s Purse’ is seen at the bottom of the frame, with a double exposure used to get the sunbeams in the shot.
A Tompot Blenny is displayed in an unconventional fashion using snooted lighting.
A curious seal in Cornwall comes in for a closer inspection.
A Tompot Blenny sits upright on its pectoral fins.
A Blue Shark adopts a playful pose whilst keeping a close eye on the human invaders.
On occasion, enormous numbers of Spider Crabs will congregate in bays in the U.K., possibly to moult or mate.
A Blue Shark shows the scars from encounters with fishing lines.
Bluefin Tuna come charging towards me in a rare encounter off the Cornish coast.
Did you know that the U.K. is home to one third of the world seal population?