In his three decades of taking underwater photos, Peter Williams has had the great pleasure and privilege of exploring many tropical water destinations around the world, with some of his favorites being Cozumel, Palau, Dumaguete, Wakatobi, and Lembeh Strait. Now that he's retired in Florida, he's got more time for travel, underwater photography, and playing live music with his wife Debra in their band Red Angel Duo.
Smooth trunkfish with colorful surroundings. © Peter Williams
Rough fireclam. © Peter Williams
Hawksbill turtle with remora. © Peter Williams
Free swimming octopus during the day - a real surprise and treat as they usually are only out at night. © Peter Williams
Pair of banded coral shrimp. © Peter Williams
Small spotted moray eel. © Peter Williams
Spotted eagle ray cruising the deep blue. © Peter Williams
Balloonfish... always so cute! © Peter Williams
A nice blue angelfish. © Peter Williams
Christmas tree worm with interesting coral background. © Peter Williams
Spiny lobster. © Peter Williams
Peter Williams was a medicinal chemist who is now currently retired in Florida. Starting with the Nikonos V, Peter has been enjoying underwater photographer for over three decades. When he isn't taking underwater photos you can catch Peter with a camera in hand on land, playing guitar and singing with his wife Debra in their band Red Angel Duo, cycling, or traveling. Peter's underwater set up is the Canon G7X III in an Ikelite Underwater Housing and dual DS160 II Strobes. Follow more of Peter's adventures on Facebook.