Another archive shot. (I did post a similar one years ago before I'd heard of things like tone mapping).
Taken at the Galapagos islands when Kate and I went travelling round South America. This sea arch is 100 miles North of the main Galapagos islands. It's a truely magical place for diving but fairly hardcore too. I think we did 6 dives at this site and in those dives we saw 100's of hammerhead sharks and I think it was 12 whale sharks. The below photos is hammerhead sharks swimming below us while we did the saftey stop. The currents where that strong that while you did the saftey stops you'd be drifting really fast while numerous sharks would be swiming around in the blue sea!