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During six weeks in July and August of 2003, staff of ReefNet Inc.collectively spent over 850 hours exploring the reefs around St. Vincent. Their main objective was to document the marine life as thoroughly as possible with photos and videos in order to provide unique new material for an upgrade of their computerized field guide: "Fishes of the Caribbean and Adjacent Waters."

Another objective was to locally sponsor and participate in The Great Annual Fish Count (GAFC), a fish survey event that takes place each July in many locations and generates valuable fish diversity and abundance information for the REEF database.

ReefNet's final tally of 287 fish species included 63 that had not been previously recorded in this area, several that had never been photographed in their natural habitats, and at least two species that are new to science.

The photos in this gallery are a representative sample of the unusual and rare images they collected on this field trip. Several of the photos were taken by Les Wilk, but most of them were taken by his son Keri.

For Videos and Slide Shows of St. Vincent (both Topside and Underwater)
by ReefNet please visit the ReefNet web site direct links: (HIGH REZ) (MEDIUM REZ) (LOW REZ)

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Andrew J. Martinez Gallery
For more than 30 years Andrew Martinez has been photographing marine life of the North Atlantic. Deeply respectful of the natural world, Martinez’s work conveys his sense of its profound spiritual beauty. Since he dives year round in New England, his photos vividly illustrate the changing seasons of the sea.

Martinez has an extensive photojournalism background. His work has appeared in most nature, travel and dive magazines the United States and in many other similar publications around the globe.

Ray Haberman Gallery

Joyce & David Kay
Joyce and David Kay are underwater photographers and PADI Dive Instructors who have travelled the world in search of the unique and unusual. St. Vincent is their favorite spot for critters in the Caribbean. These shots were taken with Nikon F4 and 8008, housed in Subal housings. Joyce and David invite your comments at
Sue Mobley

Sue Mobley is an avid diver and underwater photographer who lives on a barrier island off of the coast of Wilmington, NC. She began diving sixteen years ago off of the NC coast and has logged over 2000 dives. Sue's husband, Tom, is a physician/member of the International Society of Aquatic Medicine (, and much of her dive travel has been with this group of diving physicians.

For these photographs, Sue used a Nikon N-90 in a Subal housing with a 60 mm or 105 mm lens. She has returned to St. Vincent for three consecutive years because in her words, " St. Vincent offers the most abundant and diverse array of small critters I have seen anywhere."

Robin Burr
Robin Burr is a part-time professional photojournalist specializing in underwater marine life, specifically coral animals. She currently helps manage a web site technology and consulting firm, Quantum Leap Network, Inc. Robin is author and photographer of two CD-ROM products: Coral Collection and Reef Collection. She and husband Rob were founders of Fisheye View Scuba Magazine, published by Quantum Leap from 1987 through 1992 when it was sold to Rodale's Scuba Diving. Robin has been an active PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor since 1987.
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Lisa & Greg, Crystal Blue Sportfishing Charters
Crystal Blue Sportfishing is a locally operated deep sea fishing charter service run by the husband & wife team of Greg and Lisa Allen. Greg got his start when he worked as a dive instructor for Dive St. Vincent for a number of years. At the time of his departure from Dive Greg was a certified Padi instructor with several hundred dives under his belt. Together with his wife Lisa, Greg turned his passion for fishing into a business. Crystal Blue Sportfishing was the first full time professional sportfishing service in St. Vincent.& the Grenadines. Click on the link above for more information.
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