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Underwater Photo Location: Sunset House, Grand Cayman

Underwater Photo Location: Sunset House, Grand Cayman

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Shore dive from Sunset House. You can enter from the ladder side, or the sea pool. Swimming about 20 yards towards the statue of the Mermaid, go to the left. Max depth is around 60-65ft.
Facts about Sunset House, Grand Cayman
  • It is in Cayman islands
  • Sunset House, Grand Cayman is in the Caribbean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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by Samantha Morgan
Hidden Sting Ray. Sunset House, Grand Cayman

by Patricia Sinclair
This was my second attempt at the little critter. Did not fill the frame, but instead concentrated on sharpness of the image.

by Jim Catlin
Gray Angel

by Jim Catlin
Orange Seahorse

by Patricia Sinclair
Greysby can be skittish creatures at best. But this one held still for me to take a shot of him rather close up (I had a macro lens on, so close was my only option.)

by Susannah H. Snowden-Smith
"Expectant Parents" - A pair of two claw shrimp, including one with eggs, in the bottom of a purple vase sponge. Two claw shrimp are a rare find on Grand Cayman; these are the only ones I've seen in over 300 dives on the island!

by Susannah H. Snowden-Smith
A brightly-colored flagfin glass blenny rests on coral. Shot with one strobe on an angle to provide texture. (No snoot.)

by Susannah H. Snowden-Smith
Mermaid statue at Sunset House, Grand Cayman I used a remote strobe with a Triggerfish strobe trigger to backlight the statue, and waited for the fish to be in a good position to click the shutter.

by Henley Spiers
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