oro resplandeciente
oro resplandeciente
20150104-IMG_1442-2.jpg
 El Cantil
El Cantil
crab defense_.jpg
sueño de mi niñez.jpg
20150104-IMG_1405-2.jpg
reef surfing
reef surfing
limpieza de alma .jpg
snowy egret lunada bay_.jpg
chris bautista .jpg
enter the forest copy.JPG
Pufferfish
Pufferfish
life cycle_.jpg
damsel fish cabo.jpg
cementerio de algas
cementerio de algas
red fish_.jpg
green.jpg
mark 2.jpg
ocean harmony
ocean harmony
torquise water and kelp.jpg
20140118-IMG_8075.jpg
fishy fishy.jpg
x kelp.jpg
urchin marching up the reef.jpg
20140706-IMG_4670-2.jpg
ojo azul
ojo azul
cortez round stingray lowrez.jpg
20140514-20140514-IMG_3460-2.jpg
ojos verdes
ojos verdes
bundled.jpg
malaga full circle.jpg
point dume kelp.jpg
06300007.JPG
kelp and oxygen.jpg
medium a bird in search.jpg
kelp is wild.jpg
IMG_0259.jpg
santa cruz boa kelp.jpg
IMG_0795.JPG
la llegada_.jpg
feather.jpg
yin yang medium.jpg
point vicente reef break.jpg
red sun silver water.jpg
sand dollar saturday.jpg
urchin at easter island_.jpg
there lies a star below.jpg
will the spearo.jpg
SEA the real WORLD.jpg
reflect medium.jpg
sealife fish el elijo.jpg
fishback tax.jpg
stingray.jpg
hermosa pier sea star_.jpg
cabo san lucas_.jpg
there lies a star below.jpg
wavy top turban snail
wavy top turban snail
camouflage.jpg
water malibu mountains.jpg
IMG_5924.jpg
green wall.jpg
Alcen La Alga.20x24.jpg
boa kelp medium.jpg
oro resplandeciente
oro resplandeciente
20150104-IMG_1442-2.jpg
 El Cantil
El CantilCabo Pulmo Park is located just 60 miles north of Los Cabos. This jewel of the East Cape region of Baja California Sur stretches five miles from the northernmost tip, Pulmo Point to the southernmost tip, Los Frailes. Surrounded by undeveloped desert and a stunning mountain range, the pristine beaches of Cabo Pulmo Park give way to a shallow bay that cradles one of three living reefs (the only hard coral reef) in North America. (http://www.cabopulmopark.com)
crab defense_.jpg
sueño de mi niñez.jpg
20150104-IMG_1405-2.jpg
reef surfing
reef surfing
limpieza de alma .jpg
snowy egret lunada bay_.jpg
chris bautista .jpg
enter the forest copy.JPG
Pufferfish
Pufferfish The Pufferfish are believed to be the second-most poisonous vertebrates in the world, after the golden poison frog. But they are entirely too cute!Cabo Pulmo Marine Preserve. B.C.S. Mexico 
life cycle_.jpg
damsel fish cabo.jpg
cementerio de algas
cementerio de algasThe surf zone in Redondo Beach becomes the final resting grounds for this kelp freed from the rocky intertidal zone. 
red fish_.jpg
green.jpg
mark 2.jpg
ocean harmony
ocean harmonySnowy Egret. Egretta thulaAugust 9, 2014.Point Dume State Marine Conservation Area200 yds S from shore. 34° 2.180' N118° 52.987' W 
torquise water and kelp.jpg
20140118-IMG_8075.jpg
fishy fishy.jpg
x kelp.jpg
urchin marching up the reef.jpg
20140706-IMG_4670-2.jpg
ojo azul
ojo azul
cortez round stingray lowrez.jpg
20140514-20140514-IMG_3460-2.jpg
ojos verdes
ojos verdes
bundled.jpg
malaga full circle.jpg
point dume kelp.jpg
06300007.JPG
kelp and oxygen.jpg
medium a bird in search.jpg
kelp is wild.jpg
IMG_0259.jpg
santa cruz boa kelp.jpg
IMG_0795.JPG
la llegada_.jpg
feather.jpg
yin yang medium.jpg
point vicente reef break.jpg
red sun silver water.jpg
sand dollar saturday.jpg
urchin at easter island_.jpg
there lies a star below.jpg
will the spearo.jpg
SEA the real WORLD.jpg
reflect medium.jpg
sealife fish el elijo.jpg
fishback tax.jpg
stingray.jpg
hermosa pier sea star_.jpg
cabo san lucas_.jpg
there lies a star below.jpg
wavy top turban snail
wavy top turban snailLithopoma undosum is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family turbinidae which feeds on microscopic algae and diatoms. This species is native to the coast of California. It is usually found on rocks in kelp beds from the low intertidal to a depth of about 70 feet. The snail seals its shell up tight with a thick operculum or trap door to prevent predators from getting to the animal's soft parts. 
camouflage.jpg
water malibu mountains.jpg
IMG_5924.jpg
green wall.jpg
Alcen La Alga.20x24.jpg
boa kelp medium.jpg
info
prev / next