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Galician Landscape
Stuart Wynne 26th July 2016 No Comments

If there is one thing I miss while living in the Caribbean it is a morning such as this. Clear blue crispy winter skies with morning fog still lurking in the valley. This is the view from our back garden, …

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Juvenile Filefish
Stuart Wynne 16th July 2016 No Comments

Can you see me? Once again I am drawn to the detail of what is under the water. It is so easy to swim past these small Halimeda thickets growing out of the sand within a seagrass bed. Indeed, the …

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Shoal Bay East Beach
Stuart Wynne 10th July 2016 No Comments

If there was ever an archetypal Caribbean beach, then Shoal Bay East in Anguilla would have to be it. Within one of Anguilla’s marine parks, it boasts perfect white sandy beaches and turquoise waters with good snorkelling. However, whereas with …

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Purplemouth Moray in a Bottle
Stuart Wynne 2nd July 2016 No Comments

This Purplemouth Moray Eel in a bottle goes to show that nothing goes to waste in nature, not even human garbage. That’s no reason to justify mindless littering, but it is comforting to know that even irresponsible behaviour gets made …

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Cuban Tree Frog
Stuart Wynne 30th June 2016 No Comments

The Cuban Tree Frog (Osteopilus septentrionalis), native to Cuba, the Bahamas and the Cayman Islands, has been introduced to many islands around the Caribbean, and even across to Hawaii. Its flexibility with diet, combined with an ability to …

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Pink Vase Sponge
Stuart Wynne 27th June 2016 No Comments

The amazing detail there is to see underwater is incredible. This little Pink Vase Sponge (Niphates digitalis) would be easy to swim past and over-look, only an inch or so in diameter. On closer inspection you can see …

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Striped Dolphins
Stuart Wynne 21st June 2016 No Comments

Striped Dolphins seen in the Seal Island Channel, Anguilla.

Welcome to this new gallery blog of photographs taken by me. This image was the first one I posted on my Instagram feed @sea_anguilla. The inspiration behind this feed has …

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