- Posted June 8, 2014 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
New England Underwater
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)