I've just spent the last eight days on a boat with Jim and Anna Abernethy, Captain Kurt, Chef Steve, and six British blokes representing Dive Magazine UK, the BBC, and various other fine British institutions (in fact, Jeremy may qualify as a "fine institution" by himself :). We left out of Palm Beach aboard the M/V Shear Water, the Abernethy's wonderful liveaboard, bound for the Bahamas (Little Bahama Bank) with over 500 lbs of crated fish to use as tasty morsels for attracting great hammerhead sharks and tiger sharks. Photographs have been separated into individual categories, and may be accessed by clicking on the links in the menu to the right, or by scrolling down a bit on this page.
- Eric Cheng: That's me! Shoots with Sea & Sea-housed Canon D60, twin Ikelite DS-125 strobes
- Derek Holwill: Barrister. No wig on trip. Shoots with Olympus-housed Olympus digicam.
- Charles Hood: Photographer
- John McIntyre: Big Fish Television, BBC. Shoots with Gates-housed Sony PD-150
- Simon Rogerson: Editor, Dive Magazine UK. Shoots with a Subal-housed film camera
- Geoff Shaxton: Structural engineer. No camera!
- Jeremy Stafford-Deitsch: Author and cynic. Has written about sharks and Egyptology. Shoots with a bunch of Subal-housed film cameras
- Jim Abernethy: Shoots with Aquavision-housed Sony TRV-900
- Anna Abernethy: Dolphin girl. :) Shoots with Sea & Sea-housed Canon D60, dual YS120 strobes
- Chef Steve: Made us all fat and kept us happy
- Captain Kurt: Got us there and back safely