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Underwater Photo Location: Keepsake, Klein Bonaire

Underwater Photo Location: Keepsake, Klein Bonaire

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Viz off Klein Bonaire is typically better than the shore dives off Bonaire. Found this around 45 feet. Diving with Buddy Dive on the Red Tide.
Facts about Keepsake, Klein Bonaire
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
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Diving facilities
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Photo facilities
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by Carol Mcgalliard
Found this arrow crab lurking in a hole in the coral. Only when I got topside and reviewed my pics did I see the file clams hiding in the background. Shot at the Keepsake dive site off Klein Bonaire. Nikon D50 with Ikelite housing and strobe.

by Larry Polster
Lettuce slug, Bonaire, D300, 105VR

by Robert Michaelson
Cleaning Station. I think the teeth are interesting

by Robert Michaelson
Nice school of jacks that passed close by

by Robert Michaelson
Juvenile Slender File ish. Nikon D90, 105 macro, dual DS125 strobes

by Patricia Sinclair
This is uncropped. Olympus EPL-5, Nauticam housing, 60mm macro lens (no diopter), 2 Sea & Sea YS-D1 strobes, F/18, s 1/160 and ISO 200 Peppermint Goby (Coryphopterus lipernes) size for this guy was about 1 inch.

by Patricia Sinclair
this was taken in November in Bonaire...I thought the pattern on this Cyphoma gibbosum was quite unusual...and the contrast to the lavender rope sponge it was on was t me, the best.
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