GALLERY: Seahorses Gallery | Posted on July 28, 2015January 29, 2019 by PT Follow Pink Tank Scuba on Facebook and subscribe by email to this blog for updates direct to your inbox. Please enjoy this first Pink Tank Critter Gallery Feature: Seahorses (more seahorse pictures will be added progressively as they are taken) Share this:TwitterMoreFacebookPinterestTumblrRedditEmailPocketLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Gorgeous images! I’m not usually a macro fan but these are lovely. I’ve never seen a seahorse diving – I should probably look for them more often!
Tanks so much for your kind words, Girl, Independent. I’m a big fan of close up wide images, but some of my local dive sites are macro heaven and the seahorses have put on a great show over the last month or so 🙂 I hope you get to see one on a future dive – they are without doubt the sweetest, most gentle souls underwater 🙂 Love and bubbles, PT xxx
Lovely shots!, I find seahorses very difficult to photograph myself. They seem very shy & timid and really don’t seem to like bright lights
Tanks so much, Rob 🙂 I totally agree about seahorses and lights – they almost always turn away, so I tend to use natural light only and a strobe, though on rare occasions I use a red LED light and cancel it with the strobe and they tend not to mind that at all 🙂 I think patience is a real key – they turn away initially but often they will turn back and look towards the camera. Also zooming from a slight distance tends to give them the breathing space they seem to prefer 🙂 Best fishes, PT 😀
Fabulous work PT.
Tanks so much, Steve – will soon add a few more to this gallery from today’s dive – had one of those lovely horses that liked looking straight into the camera 😀
Tanks so much, Matt! Best fishes, PT 😀
Love the goofy seahorse! Great pictures!
Tank you so much Emilie! So sorry – not sure how I missed replying to your kind comment 😦 Best fishes, PT 🙂
Love love love!
So glad you like these pretty horses, Alison 🙂 Love and bubbles, PT xxx