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Underwater Photo Location: Captain Don's Habitat - Bonaire House Reef

Underwater Photo Location: Captain Don's Habitat - Bonaire House Reef

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great house reef - so much here - seahorses, frogfish, and more.
Facts about Captain Don's Habitat - Bonaire House Reef
  • It is in Netherlands Antilles
  • Captain Don's Habitat - Bonaire House Reef is in the Gulf of Venezuela.
  • 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 Patricia Sinclair
I was trying to get a face shot of a grouper when this French Angelfish decided to swim in front of my camera and pose. So I took the picture of her, and it turned out better than I expected.

by Robert Michaelson
Secretary Blennie at Capt Don's Bonaire. Nikon D90 with dual strobes.

by Robert Michaelson
Black Coral Shrimp with eggs. 60 mm macro with +10 diopter.

by Robert Michaelson
These are very small juvenile squid, perhaps 3 inches (8cm) seeking refuge under a dive boat. They came out in the afternoon sun.

by Robert Michaelson
Peppermint Shrimp in a purple tube sponge

by Patricia Sinclair
Roughhead Blenny in his home covered in fire coral

by Robert Michaelson
Rock Hind at cleaning station

by Robert Michaelson
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