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Banded pipefish couple.
By Mehmet Salih Bilal
posted 07:41 CST Today (within the last hour)
Banded pipefish couple.
By Mehmet Salih Bilal
posted 07:39 CST Today (within the last hour)
Wreck Fashion
By Sergiy Glushchenko
posted 06:05 CST Today (1 hour ago)
Tasseled Scorpionfish   Scorpaenopsis oxycephala
By Hansruedi Wuersten
posted 02:24 CST Today (5 hours ago)
Harlequin shrimp    Lembeh Strait   Indonesia
By Claudia Weber-Gebert
posted 01:53 CST Today (6 hours ago)
Purple Candy
By George Touliatos
posted Saturday, December 14, 2019

Underwater Photo Location: Bligh Waters

Underwater Photo Location: Bligh Waters

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This great shark was sleeping and allowed me to approach within 10'. Kai Viti Divers at Wananavu Resort makes 3 tank dive trips to the Bigh Waters.
Facts about Bligh Waters
  • It is in Fiji
  • Bligh Waters is in the Koro Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
smallsharkscoral

Diving facilities
airguidedfriendly


by Larry Polster
Leopard Shark, D70s, Sigma 14mm, twin Ikelite D125 strobes

by Larry Polster
Sunset over the Somosomo Straits of Taveuni

by Larry Polster
Flat worm , D70s, twin D125, sigma 14mm

by Larry Polster
Black spotted puffer peeking out of hard coral. D70s, Sigma 14 mm, twin Ikelite D125 strobes

by Larry Polster
Sponge or soft coral ? Fiji waters, D70, Sigma 14

by Ron Monaco
Could be an alien, mantis shrimp or slipper lobster.........observed during a night dive aboard the Ni'a. Canon 40D with a 50mm macro and a Sea & Sea YS-90 strobe.

by Aj Hiller
Giant manta and accompanying remora fish; shot on Nikon D2X with AF-S VR Micro-Nikkor 105mm in Aquatica housing with one Z-240 strobe

by Aj Hiller
Macro close-up of the colorful patterns of a giant clam; shot with Nikon D2X, Micro-Nikkor 105mm, 2 Inon Z-240 strobes and Aquatica Housing

by Aj Hiller
Healthy coral reef, shot with Nikon D2X, 10.5mm fisheye, two Inon Z-240 strobes and Aquatica Housing

by Aj Hiller
Soldierfish under reef canopy; shot with Nikon D2X 10.5mm, 2 Inon Z-240 strobes and Aquatica Housing

by Aj Hiller
Schooling bannerfish over hard coral; Nikon D2X, 10.5mm, 2 Inon Z-240 strobes and Aquatica housing

by Aj Hiller
Surgeon fish with sergeant fish in hot pursuit. Shot with Nikon D2X, 105mm micro-Nikkor, one Inon Z-240 strobe and Aquatica housing.

by Aj Hiller
Curious parrotfish seeks conversation with equally curious diver...shot with Nikon D2X, 105mm micro-Nikkor, two Inon Z-240 strobes and Aquatica housing.

by Aj Hiller
Triggerfish amidst soft coral; Nikon D2X, Aquatica Housing, one Inon Z-240 strobe, Nikkor 35-80mm lens.

by Aj Hiller
Colorful damsel fish plays amidst hard coral; shot with Nikon D2X, micro-Nikkor 105mm, two Inon Z-240 strobes and Aquatica housing

by Aj Hiller
Giant barracuda on the prowl; Nikon D2X, Nikkor 105mm micro-Nikkor, one Inon Z-240 strobe, Aquatica housing

by Aj Hiller
Fiery red fern coral pops like a giant hand from the seabed; shot with Nikon 2DX, 10.5mm fisheye at f/11, 1/250, with one Inon Z-240 strobe

by Aj Hiller
Beautiful and very healthy coral reef in the South Pacific with yellow damselfish and blue chromis; shot with Nikon D2X, Aquatica Housing, 10.5mm Auto-Nikkor fisheye and two Inon Z-240 strobes

by Aj Hiller
Giant manta; Nikon D2X with 105mm micro-Nikkor, two Inon Z-240 strobes, Aquatica Housing

by Aj Hiller
Two bannerfish float peacefully in the South Pacific blue waters off Fiji; Nikon D2X, 105mm micro-Nikkor, two Inon Z-240 strobes, Aquatica housing

by Roman Tiraspolsky
Pink soft coral with a swimmer in the background

by Jason Sintek
Fiji reef

by Jason Sintek
Anemone

by Margriet Tilstra
Gorgonian Art Nikon D80, Ikelite housing + two Ikelite strobes (DS161 and DS125), Lense AF-S VR Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED, ISO 200, Aperture f/14, Shutterspeed 1/125

by Leena Roy
Clown fish in his pinnacle home

by Carlos Estape
Morrison’s dragonet, mating pair Fiji. Synchiropus morrisoni. There were three individuals, two females and the one male found on the sand/gravel at the base of a bommie.

by Leena Roy
Jellyfish at surface
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