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These are all Halocynthia aurantia (Sea Peach or Sea Squirt) shot with Canon SD 990 IS, Canon housing, Inon Z240 strobe. They are between the size of one and two of my fists put together.
F8, 1/250s, ISO 100, one strobe (manual control) (see the little hermit crab on there?)
F8, 1/250s, ISO 100, one strobe (manual control)
F8, 1/125s, ISO 100, one strobe (manual control)
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Sea squirts/tunicates often do the "pucker up" thing when you approach them. They can sense the water movement/pressure of you getting closer I think. Some do it more than others.
Thanks for posting these.
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