Little freshwater crocodiles are commonly found floating in swimming holes in the Northern Territory at night. Approaching them can be difficult as they are very shy, but this one stayed still long enough for me to take a quick photograph. I like the reflection on the surface as it momentarily confuses the viewer.
Small public swimming hole, Northern Territory
Canon EOS 5D Mk III, EF 16–35 f/2.8L II at 35 mm, 1/100, f/16, ISO 200, single Ikelite DS161, Ikelite 5D Mk III housing with Zen underwater 9-inch dome port, handheld
by Nathan Litjens