On the first of September I clambered out of bed at 5am and stumbled into my parents car for the journey to Swanage. After a quick breakfast at the local cafe we prepared our gear and went for two dives under the pier. The pier is a wealth of life sheltering in rocks and debris. 

During this dive I was experimenting with my father's Inon diopter lenses. I was attempting to photograph the eyes of shrimps and other small species. Here are a few of the images I captured from this shoot.

Common Prawn  Palaemon serratus

Common Prawn Palaemon serratus

Rock Goby  Gobius paganellus Linnaeus

Rock Goby Gobius paganellus Linnaeus

Tompot Blenny

Tompot Blenny