Diving: Wide Angle

I shot with a wide-angle setup on only one reef dive (plus one dive without strobes that Dave and I did as an experiment). I wish the weather had cooperated with us; nice, bright sunlight would have been fantastic. Instead, we were mostly given cloudy skies -- not enough light for effective wide-angle photography. But you can get an idea of just how lush the reefs around Wakatobi are. They are incredible. Deeper than around 110', very long whip corals extend unmolested from the walls, sponges take on epic proportions, and soft coral stalks seem to be about as thick around as a human thigh. And everything is very still down there. Or maybe that was the nitrogen talking. I discovered that I am a slow photographer past 130'. :)