Divers Outside - Morrison Springs Cavern
Scuba divers hover around the log resting across the top outside the entrance to the Morrison Springs cavern with some divers leaving the cavern and others ready to enter into the crystal clear fresh waters that go 90 feet deep at the state park in June 2012.
Stock Photo of Marine Scientist
A marine scientist waits on the surface for his dive partner before diving down and checking the marine environmental sensor placed in the water below off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii.
Technical Cave Diver - Blue Spring Cave
A technical cave diver lines up and prepares to enter the strong current outflow from the Blue Springs Cave at the north end of Merritts Mill Pond in Vernon, FL.
Student Buoyant Ascent Training
Two Basic Underwater Demolition SEAL (BUDS) training instructors hold on to a buoyanct ascent student as he holds tightly onto the diving bell at 50 feet deep just prior to exhaling and quickly ascending to the surface in the Naval Special Warfare diving tower in Coronado, CA in 1983.
Underwater Photographer - SDV Operations
A government service underwater photographer grapples with submarine underway speed while filming a SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) flying by the dual mounted Dry Deck Shelters (DDS) on the USS Kamehameha submarine during SDV/DDS/Submarine operations off the coast of Oahu, HI in 1996.
A woman feeding the very large Koi fish by the scuba divers platform at Vortex Springs in north western Florida. Many of the Koi are Orenji Ogon and help keep the 68 degree clear waters of Vortex Springs.
A nearly two-feet long brightly orange colored Koi, in Japanese known as Orenji Ogon, floating protected under the cover of the Vortex Spring scuba diver entry platform and surrounded by Hydrilla plants.
A panoramic view of the upper cavern formation of the Devils Den showing the opening in the cavern ceiling, lined by natural hanging plants, where the light casts in causing the steam uplifting from the 72 degree waters below in the sinkhole. The sinkhole is 50 feet deep of crystal clear water a popular scuba diving site.
An over and under view from the water of the Devils Den Grotto showing the ceiling hole light shining down on the diving platform in the water and the wooden stairs leading up to the entrance. Water is 50 foot deep and is spring fed from Georgia at a constant 72 degrees temperature making it ideal for snorkeling and SCUBA diving. Large cat fish and turtles occupy the spring in Williston, FL. Devils Den is located at 5390 N.E. 180th Ave.
Steam rises up from below in the warm clear water of the Devils Den cavern up and into the upper cavern where SCUBA divers will use the wooden steps to get down to the dive grotto. Devils Den is 50 feet deep and has in flow from Georgia and out to the local rivers in Florida. Water temperature is 72 degrees faranheit
A SEAL Delivery Vehicle dive pair use cargo straps to load a MK-5 Limpet Assembly Module (LAM) with a 20 pound haversack primer onto a mock-up target in the water off of San Clemente Island, CA.
A Clarke's Anemonefish keeps a watchful eye snuggled closely into the host anemone on a reef at Papua New Guinea.
Underwater Demolition Team TWELVE (UDT-12) Second Platoon (2nd PLT) Diving Supervisor conducts dive supervisor checks of the 2nd PLT frogmen wearing twin 80 cubic feet open circuit scuba bottles and UDT lifejackets as they ready to conduct a underwater hydrographic reconnaissance in the Republic of the Philippines.
Serving as a Navy Photographer, this PH2 Wood, underwater photographer, in the early years of underwater photography using the Nikonos camera and the Nikonos underwater flash bulb system in the dark and turbid waters off San Diego, CA.
An Underwater Demolition Team Twelve (UDT-12) Frogman poses for a photograph underwater wearing twin 80 cubic feet open circuit steel scuba bottles and a UDT lifejacket in the murky waters off the coast of the Philippines.