Perceptions are everything when it comes to seeing the beauty in our undersea landscapes but as we are not aquatic creatures we have our limits.
The colonial ascidians in the foreground are centimeters from the camera while the sunburst through the jetty structure above is more then ten meters away at the surface.
As a diver an image like this is impossible to see and nearly impossible to visualize however though the fish’s eye it just might be close to the mark.
It might not be possible to see the world beneath Rapid Bay Jetty as a fish might but at least we can try.
Photo: Robert Rath, ‘Through the Fish’s Eye’, 1/160s f/14 ISO160 8mm