Photographer of the Week – Ross Bronzan
A massive manta ray passes through the dark waters off Kona, Hawaii
Hawaii’s Kona coast is a dichotomous destination for ocean enthusiasts. During the daytime, divers have the opportunity to encounter huge pods of spinner dolphins, gargantuan whale sharks, and massive manta rays. But when the sun sets, the seemingly infinitesimal minutia rise from the deep—strange and spectacular subjects that the naked eye can barely see.
It is little surprise then that underwater photographer Ross Bronzan chose to set up base on the Big Island. His images are a tried and true highlight reel of “classic Kona”—including nudibranchs, green sea turtles, and the endemic Hawaiian red lionfish.
“From nudibranchs to cetaceans, I enjoy photographing all ocean critters,” says Ross,…
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