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Exploring the water beneath our feet at Ginnie Springs in Northern Florida. A freshwater spring located along the Santa Fe River.



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michaeltillman PRO+
 
michaeltillman February 14, 2018
I take my hat off to people that can scuba-dive. Great shot my friend.
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Kosmotheoros February 15, 2018
Excellent shot!!
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deanmelbourne February 15, 2018
What camera did you use please.
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_atombomb February 19, 2018
This shot is impressive and very beautiful

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Behind The Lens

Location
Ginnie Springs, High Springs, Florida.
Time
12 noon
Lighting
I timed this shot around 12 noon in order to capture the powerful light beams penetrating the surface and dancing along the bottom.
Equipment
Canon rebel t3i, ikelite underwater housing, 8in dome, tokina 10-17mm fisheye lens.
Inspiration
The natural beauty to be found in Florida's freshwater springs is nearly unreal. I wish to share the beauty of my land with fellow photographers in hopes of inspiring conservation consciousness.
Editing
Very light touch up on the shadows. Other than that it is all natural.
In my camera bag
Canon 7D, Canon rebel t3i, tripod, monopod, extra batteries, set of filters CPL + ND, remote, steadycam
Feedback
Stay calm underwater and you may surprise yourself with what you are able to accomplish.

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