My name is Jessica Alexanderson but my friends call me Scuba Jess. I started diving in the summer of 2014 and fell in love with the underwater world. I've always been a huge Star Trek fan so every dive feels like I'm beaming down on an away mission to seek out new life and civilizations! I feel so lucky to live close to a variety of amazing dive spots here in the Seattle area.
Please enjoy some of my favorite underwater life forms! Photos shot with the Nikon D7200 with the DS51 strobes.
Redeye Medusa Jellyfish | Sekiu Jetty, WA. © Jessica Alexanderson 2021
Giant Acorn Barnacle | Deception Pass Bridge, WA. © Jessica Alexanderson 2021
Pacific Spiny Lumpsucker | Redondo Beach, WA. © Jessica Alexanderson 2021
Candy Stripe Shrimp | Skyline, Anacortes, WA. © Jessica Alexanderson 2021
Top Snail | Keystone Jetty, Whidbey Island, WA. © Jessica Alexanderson 2021
Baby Horned Shrimp | Redondo Beach, WA. © Jessica Alexanderson 2021
Juvenile Wolf Eel | Skyline Wall, Anacortes, WA. © Jessica Alexanderson 2021
Quillback Rockfish | Alki Junkyard, West Seattle, WA. © Jessica Alexanderson 2021
Mosshead Warbonnet | Sunrise Beach, Gig Harbor, WA. © Jessica Alexanderson 2021
Jessica Alexanderson lives and dives in the Seattle, Washington area and has recently completed her 1,000th dive. After her 100th dive, her friend let her borrow his camera, and she's been a fish ever since. A huge fan of Star Trek and cold water dives, you can follow Scuba Jess on Instagram or Facebook to see what she's up to.
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Macro in Lembeh Straight with the Nikon 60mm and Kenko 1.4X Teleconverter
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