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Great White Shark photographed in Australia - Carcharodon carcharias
Great White Shark cage diving - Carchodon carcharias

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Great White Shark photographed in Australia - Carcharodon carcharias Great White Sharks are considered to be the ultimate predator - Carchodon Carcharias A Great White Shark showing off his gills - Carchodon carcharias A pair of Great White Sharks stalking their prey - Carchodon carcharias Great White Shark photographed in Australia - Carcharodon carcharias Great White Shark cage diving - Carchodon carcharias Great White Sharks are considered to be the ultimate predator - Carchodon Carcharias

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Limited Edition signed color photography for sale by Stephen Brunson.

Our Custom Color Digital Prints and Murals are made from high resolution drum scans from negatives, transparencies or directly from computer files. The sharpness and color saturation combined with archival paper is truly the highest quality digital output available today. These Limited Edition hand enlarged prints are color corrected, sized, cropped, dodged and burned to Stephen Brunson's specifications and bear the original signature of the photographer -- Stephen Brunson. Additionally, each Limited Edition print will be numbered to only 500.

How To Order by Credit Card:   Select the corresponding PayPal button with the desired custom color print size and the desired custom color print number. To see more Award Winning digital photography, click on the Gallery for more award winning print numbers.   Allow Three to Six weeks for delivery, for each custom color print is made by order. All prints will be Glossy unless otherwise specified. All custom color prints will be laminated for maximum durabilty to last a lifetime!

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8" x 10" Custom Color Print $30.00
11" x 14" Custom Color Print $60.00
16" x 20" Custom Color Print $95.00
20" x 24" Custom Color Print $145.00
20" x 30" Custom Color Print $176.00
24" x 30" Custom Color Print $200.00
24" x 36" Custom Color Print $227.00
30" x 40" Custom Color Print $273.00
40" x 60" Custom Color Print $397.00
Dolphins weigh 330 - 440 lbs - Tursiops truncatus.
Great White Shark photographed in Australia - Carcharodon carcharias
This is the famous Smokey the Barracuda, seen on the cover of skin diver magazine many times.

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The Clownfish and the sea anemone have a symbiotic relationship Sphyraena barracuda is a long, slender, predaceaous marine fish with small scales, a large mouth with fanglike teeth, and a protruding lower jaw The gray snapper belongs to the snapper family Lutjanus, which includes the famous Red Snapper, Dog Snapper, and Schoolmaster The Dusky Batfish, Platax pinnatus, is a member of the family Ephippidae, which includes Spadefishes, Batfishes and Scats Parrotfish feed on plants and Coral during the day; with the extra set of teeth in their mouths, they even ingest the coral skeleton as well as the polyps inside The Clownfish and the sea anemone have a symbiotic relationship Groupers are large, heavybodied, sedentary fishes, sometimes called rockfish


 

Click here to see Teeth, Claws and Jaws, a 5 minute video by Steve Brunson about the inhabitants and predators of the seas.
This film was featured in the 2006 37th annual San Diego Underwater Film Festival
by the San Diego Underwater Photographic Society at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography Theater.

 


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DURATRANS BACKLIT DISPLAY TRANSPARENCIES are highly impressive for trade shows and point of purchase displays.

Our Custom Color Digital DuraTrans or Backlit prints are made from high resolution drum scans from negatives, transparencies or directly from computer files. The sharpness and color saturation combined with archival paper is truly the highest quality digital output available today. These Limited Edition hand enlarged backlit prints are color corrected, sized, cropped, dodged and burned to Stephen Brunson's specifications and bear the original signature of the photographer -- Stephen Brunson. Additionally, each Limited Edition print will be numbered to only 500.

How To Order by Credit Card:   Select the corresponding PayPal button with the desired DuraTrans or Backlit print size and the desired DuraTrans or Backlit print number. To see more Award Winning digital photography, click on the Gallery for more award winning print numbers.   Allow Three to Six weeks for delivery, for each DuraTrans or Backlit print is made by order. All DuraTrans will be Glossy unless otherwise specified. All DuraTrans or Backlit prints will be laminated for maximum durabilty to last a lifetime! Lightbox or frame is not included.

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16 x 20 DuraTrans or Backlit $110.00
20 x 30 DuraTrans or Backlit $205.00
24 x 36 DuraTrans or Backlit $300.00
30 x 40 DuraTrans or Backlit $400.00
40 x 60 DuraTrans or Backlit $500.00
A pair of Great White Sharks stalking their prey - Carchodon carcharias
    Above is a Museum Quality DuraTrans. Each one is numbered (limited edition of only 500) and signed by the photographer --Stephen Brunson.   Please specify if you would like your DuraTrans without the BrunsonImages website text.
Blue sharks can weigh up to 600 Lbs
No other star can be studied in such detail. The star closest to the sun is located approximately 4.3 lightyears away
Pterois volitans or Lionfish, is a type of scorpionfish, so called for its poisonous spines
Members of the Ray Family include the common eagle ray ( Myliobatis aquila ), spotted eagle ray ( Actobatus narinari ), and blunt nosed sting ray ( Dasyatis sayii )
This is a Nassau Grouper, photographed in the Bay Islands of Roatan The Rock Beauty (Holacanthus tricolor) lives in shallow water over coral and rocky reefs, somtimes offshore, in Bermuda; from Georgia to Brazil, including the West Indies; offshore reefs in the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico This is a Nassau Grouper, photographed in Grand Cayman at Bob Soto's Resort The clownfish attracts predators to the anemone in which it lives. The predator fish in turn become the prey of the anemone Clownfish belong to a group of small, brightly colored fish called damselfish. These inshore reef dwellers have developed a curious and potentially deadly relationship with the sea anemone The most common anemone to act as host to the clownfish is the large stoichactis species The porcupine fish, or Diodon hystrix is a member of the Diodontidae family of Puffers
Great White Sharks reproduce by means of claspers. Great White Shark photographed in Australia - Carchodon carcharias  This photo was taken in Roatan, in the Caribbean. Notice the colorful sponge coral in the picture, common throughout the Caribbean.  Dolphins reach sexual maturity at about 8 Years of age - Tursiops truncatus  Parrotfish feed on plants and Coral during the day; with the extra set of teeth in their mouths, they even ingest the coral skeleton as well as the polyps inside. At night, they find a place to hide; as they have a very strong scent, the parrotfish encloses itself inside a mucous 'cocoon' so it cannot be found - it may take it as much as half an hour in the morning to break out of its own creation.  Coral animals prey on zooplankton not so much for the calories but for the scarce nutrients, especially phosphorous. Through digestion, coral animals release these nutrients to the algae. Coral and algae then seem to cycle these nutrients between them, reducing the nutrient loss to the water.  This scuba photo was taken at Grand Cayman Island, in the Caribbean. A picture type I refer to as 'Honeymooners' because the scuba divers are holding hands. Notice the colorful sponge coral in the picture, common throughout the Pacific and the Cayman Islands. I photographed all of these scuba divers and coral reefs with a super wide angle lens, the 15mm lens for the Nikonos V, and a 20mm lens for the Nikon 8008 with the Tussey Housing  This photo was taken in Roatan, in the Caribbean. Notice the colorful sponge coral in the picture, common throughout the Caribbean. How to Order by Check or Money Order:  
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Blue sharks usually seem merely inquisitive and shy, circling around divers and swimmers, but it has attacked people; also blamed for feeding frenzies on survivors of World War II ship sinkings Great White Sharks rise up under their prey - Carchodon carcharias


This photo of scuba divers was taken in Fiji, in the South Pacific. Notice the colorful soft coral reefs in the picture, common throughout the Islands of Fiji. Coral animals prey on zooplankton not so much for the calories but for the scarce nutrients, especially phosphorous. Through digestion, coral animals release these nutrients to the algae. Coral and algae then seem to cycle these nutrients between them, reducing the nutrient loss to the water. Australian Sea Lions, Neophoca cinera, roams in smaller groups, with one dominant male, breeding on remote mainland beaches and islands south of Australia. This picture was taken in the Chanel Islands off California, where small and large anemones flourish in many different colors The sun, by the gravitational effects of its mass, dominates the planetary system that includes the earth. By the radiation of its electromagnetic energy, the sun furnishes all of the energy supporting all life on earth, because all foods and all fuels are derived ultimately from plants using the energy of sunlight - photosynthesis Herbivorous fish, such as the colorful butterfly fish, as well as sea urchins, sea cucumbers, brittle stars, and numerous species of mollusks, feed on algae. Hiding in the numerous caves and crevices of a reef are predatory animals, cush as small crabs, wrasses, moray eels, and sharks. The numerous microhabitats and the productivity of the reefs support a great diversity of fishes.