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Yellow cup coral/Photographed with a Canon 60 mm macro lens at Alor  Indonesia
By Laurie Slawson
posted 12:21 CST Today (within the last hour)
Squat shrimp  sexy shrimp /Photographed with a Canon 60 mm macro lens at Alor  Indonesia
By Laurie Slawson
posted 12:20 CST Today (within the last hour)
Blue Shark with 3 pilots fish  Cabo San Lucas M xico
By Alejandro Topete
posted 12:10 CST Today (within the last hour)
sexy shrimp
By Stefaan Haegeman
posted 11:09 CST Today (1 hour ago)
Black Finned Snaked Eel with shrimp
By Todd Moseley
posted 10:28 CST Today (2 hours ago)
Sand Tiger Shark on Aeolus wreck
By Tobias Reitmayr
posted 07:59 CST Today (5 hours ago)

Underwater Photo Location: Trefor Pier

Underwater Photo Location: Trefor Pier

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Old wooden pier, now closed and falling into the sea.
Sheltered site, best dived on incoming tide. Surrounded by sand.
Great macro site - plenty of life under pier.
Car park and toilets, no other facilities.
Facts about Trefor Pier
  • It is in United Kingdom
  • Trefor Pier is in the Atlantic.
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
shorenightdrysuit

Marine Life
small


Photo facilities
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by Mark Thomas
Face of a Topknot. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Corkwing wrasse. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Shanny. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. 60mm wet diopter.

by Mark Thomas
Snake pipefish. Trefor Pier, Wales. 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Black Goby. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Butterfish. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. 60mm, wet diopter.

by Mark Thomas
Fish Face. Plaice under Trefor Pier, N. Wales. 60mm & wet diopter.

by Mark Thomas
Snake pipefish. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. 60mm & wet diopter.

by Mark Thomas
Single clawed lobster - replacement claw growing back on right side. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Snake pipefish. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Snake pipefish. Trefor Pier. D3 105mm.

by Mark Thomas
Shanny. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. D200 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Little Cuttle. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. D3 105mm.

by Mark Thomas
Velvet swimming crab on pier leg. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. D3 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Lesser or curled octopus. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. D3 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Greater pipefish. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. D3 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Snail on wooden pier leg. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. D3 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Spiny spider crab under Trefor Pier, N. Wales. May 2010. D3 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Snake pipefish - hiding amongst red seaweed, Trefor Pier, N. Wales. D3 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Corkwing wrasse under Trefor Pier. D3 60mm

by Mark Thomas
Mussels - filter feeding on incoming tide at Trefor Pier, N. Wales. D3 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Shanny. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. D3 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Shanny. Trefor Pier.

by Mark Thomas
Shanny. Trefor Pier, March 2011. 9'C. 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Plaice face. Trefor Pier, Wales.

by Mark Thomas
Spiny spider crabs - large male holding smaller female with back legs. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. 20mm +4 dioptre.

by Mark Thomas
Octopus under Trefor Pier, N. Wales.

by Mark Thomas
Lesser spotted dogfish. Trefor Pier. 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Tompot blenny in a pipe under Trefor Pier, N. Wales. 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Corkwing wrasse. 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Shanny. Trefor Pier, N. Wales. 60mm.

by Mark Thomas
Corkwing, Trefor Pier. July 2012.

by Mark Thomas
One clawed lobster. Trefor Pier, N. Wales.

by Mark Thomas
Prawn on pier wall. Trefor, N. Wales.

by Mark Thomas
Plaice at Trefor Pier.

by Mark Thomas
Lobster up close. Trefor pier, N. Wales.

by Mark Thomas
Butterfish. Trefor Pier, N. Wales.

by Mark Thomas
Shannys. Trefor Pier.

by Mark Thomas
Snake pipefish. Trefor Pier, N. Wales.

by Mark Thomas
Tompot. Trefor Pier.
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