Tuesday, May 28, 2013


I just arrived Cabo San Lucas, launching point for my next shoot- two weeks of diving with sharks, mantas, dolphins, mobs of pelagic fish, and more out in the Islas Revillagigedos, aka the Socorro Islands, aka the "Mexican Galapagos". More than 200 miles S-SW of the tip of Mexico's Baja peninsula, this archipelagos is one of the top big animal diving destinations in the world, and one of the three must dive locales in the Eastern Tropical Pacific’s “Shark Triangle,” along with the Galapagos (Ecuador) and Cocos Island (Costa Rica).

I’m on my own this time, unfortunately, as Melissa is busy with a number of big art projects. Here’s a photo of the Manta Queen herself, from our last trip here, a most memorable get together with our diving friends from across the globe. 

To see more photographs from Socorro and also Baja’s Sea of Cortez, click here to jump to our web site: http://www.brandoncole.com/IFPro/scripts/imageFolio.pl?img=0&search=qt+-D&cat=all&x=0&y=0&bool=and