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Juvenile Pollack
By Henley Spiers
posted 07:56 CST Today (within the last hour)
My love for Manta Rays is endless. Especially this day I ll never forget. Diving in shallow water with 7 Mobula alfredi feeding and circling us for about 60 minutes. Graceful and amazing animals  3
By Ms Photography
posted 02:39 CST Today (5 hours ago)
My first hammerhead  and he decide to  come very close  nice meet  nice fear and nice shot  I think... lol
By Mathieu Macias
posted 02:28 CST Today (5 hours ago)
Glaucous winged gull against Saturna Island cliff face  Salish sea.
By Pierre Mineau
posted 01:56 CST Today (6 hours ago)
Flamboyant Cuttlefish
By George Touliatos
posted 00:15 CST Today (7 hours ago)
 Where s The Wreck    A diver hovers in sunbeams over empty sand where the Kittiwake shipwreck used to be. I took this photograph in October last year just after the ship was moved by Hurricane Nate. Photographed with a Magic Filter on the lens.
By Susannah H. Snowden-Smith
posted Monday, September 17, 2018

Underwater Photo Location: Nusa Penida

Underwater Photo Location: Nusa Penida

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Nice divesite, fantastic corals, large schools of fish
Facts about Nusa Penida
  • It is in Indonesia
  • Nusa Penida is in the Bali 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
bigsmallsharksshoals

Diving facilities
air

Photo facilities
macrowideanglefilm

by Rob De Vries
Softcoralcrab, Sony P5

by Roland Lim
Gliding Manta!

by Michael Henke
Manta birostris really close.

by Marco Waagmeester
Right in my lens, Chromodorididae nudibranch - Nusa Penida, Bali (Canon G9, D2000w, UCL165)

by Christian Nielsen
Got one shot at these Anemone fish in Gamat Bay, Nusa Penida, before the downcurrent went into force again. I consider myself lucky with just 1 shot at these rather lively fish. Glad for my fast 35mm macro lens.

by Christian Nielsen
I like Nubranchs. Sometimes quite hard to find a good composition, but here I got lucky with a lot of negative space. Photo taken with 35mm macro and twin DS 125 flash.

by Christian Nielsen
Manta in close up. No cropping and photo taken with 8 mm fisheye so this friendly Manta came pretty close. Great experience. Hope you like the photo. Olympus E330 with 2 Ikelite DS125

by Christian Nielsen
Sunblock These animals are big and always a great experience to watch. Olympus E330, 8mm Fisheye, 2 Ikelite DS125 Strobes

by Christian Nielsen
Manta close-up Another great Manta encounter. Hope that you are not fed up with Manta shots. Olympus E330, 8mm Fisheye, 2 Ikelite DS125 Strobes.

by Christian Nielsen
Ray of light. If you forgot your sunlotion, here is an alternative sunblock. Olympus E330, 8mm Fisheye, 2 Ikelite DS125 Strobes.

by Sergey Bovshin
nudibranchs

by Sergey Bovshin
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by Henry Jager
"Manta" from Nusa Penida, Bli

by Morgan Ashton
Moray eel. Badung Strait, Bali.

by Alex Saywell
Shy eye

by Fabio Strazzi
Manta in Nusa Penida

by Guillaume Holzer
Underwater meditation on the way to secret bat cave

by Irwin Ang
R A Y Reef manta ray (Mobulidae) Nusa Penida, Indonesia.

by Irwin Ang
S U N F I S H Mola Mola Nusa Penida, Indonesia.

by Ms Photography
Manta Rays are by far my favourite animal, so this was a very special and personal moment with this beauty <3
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