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    Posted June 8, 2014 by
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    New England Underwater

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Jorge Gonzalez started diving at the age of twelve and now has over twenty years of underwater photography under his belt.

    Gonzalez captured these photos at various locations in the Northeastern United States using his Canon 5D Mark II with underwater housing and INON strobes.
    - taliaday, CNN iReport producer

    As a diver, I always admire the marine life and the different underwater ecosystem. In New England is totally a different underwater world. People ask me every time I go diving in the cold waters of the North Atlantic. What do you see down there? The waters are too murky and it is hard to see the bottom. I usually smile. I know it is murky and in some places the visibility reduces to 2 feet maximum but it is always a photo opportunity this is why diving in New England it is all about you never know what you would found down there. 

     

    1- Sea Robin (Stoning ton, CT)

    2 -Brown Anemone (Jamestown, RI)

    3 -Tall Anemone (Jamestown, RI)

    4 -Northern Anemone (Gloucester, Mass.)

    5 -Ten Guiled Nudibranch (Gloucester, Mass)

    6 -Tube Worm (Jamestown, RI)

    7 -Lobster (Groton, CT)

    8 -Scallop (Stonington, CT)

    9 -Sea Slog (Rockport, Mass.)

    10 -Sea Raven (Rockport, Mass)



     

     

     

     

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