The other day, when diving the Canyon dive site in front of Flic-en-Flac, I came across this depiction of a skull on a rock.

I don’t know if it’s a coral, or a fungus, or whatever.

But it definitely looked cool. Grungy.

Scroll the image gallery right for more impressions of this dive, showing people exploring the rocks, and what’s underneath them.

BTW, on the second picture you see a behaviour that we photographers really dislike: kneeling in the sand. See the cloud of sand stirred up between the two divers, right above the ground? This is poison for taking pictures, especially if using a flash (which I didn’t here). Actually, even swimming too close to the ground can cause sand clouds, just by the movement of the fins, unless you’re really careful and just make micro-movements, a technique you quickly learn as underwater photographer.