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Photograph: © Jett Britnell
Vancouver Scuba Diving Club circa 1954. From left: Phil Nuytten, behind him, 
Pat Molony,  Jim Willis and Cam Porteous. Photo: Ted Willis
Photograph by Lou Lehmann
Photograph by Joseph C. Dovala
Photo: Eiko Jones
Illustration By: Aaron Campbell and Mustaali Raj
Photo: Eiko Jones
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Photo: Trisha Stovel
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Photograph taken in Port Hardy, British Columbia, Canada with a Sony SLT A55v and Sigma 10mm 2.8 Fisheye lens at a full focal length, in Ikelite housing. Exposure ISO 100, f/10 at 1/160 of a second with a single Ikelite DS161 strobe. Photograph: © Amanda Marie Lovell - www.amandamarie.ca
Steller Sea Lion
Photo: copyright Andy Murch
Photo: Donnie Reid
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Diver floating above Ochre Sea Star (Pisater ochreceus).
Red Irish Lord (Hemilepidotus hemilepidotus)
Sechelt Rapids
Sockeye Salmon swim up the Adams River in British Columbia, Canada to spawn.
White sided dolphin
Muskie
ORCA / KILLER WHALE  Orcinus orca  BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA.
Photograph taken in Browning Pass off the north coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, using a Canon EOS A2 with a Canon 15mm Fisheye lens in a Delphinus underwater housing. Two Ikelite S200 strobes provided fill light.  Exposure f11 or f16 at about 1/60th of a second on Fuji Velvia100 film pushed to ISO 200. Photo: © Dale Sanders - www.DaleSanders.info http://www.DaleSanders.info
Photograph taken in Blackfish Sound off northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, using a Canon EOS 1n with the Canon EF 70-200mm f2.8L lens set at about 70mm.  Exposure f8 at about 1/1000 of a second at on Fuji Provia film pushed to ISO 200.
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Photograph taken in Agamemnon Channel on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, using a Nikonos III underwater Camera with a Nikkor 15mm UW f2.8 lens. Exposure about f5.6 or f8 at 1/30 second on Fuji Provia100 film pushed to ISO 200.  Fill light from a single Sea & Sea 120 underwater strobe.  Photo: © Dale Sanders – www.DaleSanders.info
Action on the set. Photo: Courtesy Sanctuary 2 Productions/Jeff Weddell
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