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Zander in the Netherlands
By Sander Rietmeijer
posted 14:37 CST Today (within the last hour)
The image was obtained by placing in situ a plexiglass  handled by an assistant and lighted by a strobe  behind the fish. All was done carefully and lasted a few seconds  to not disturb the animal  Scorpaena notata  Cap Martin  Roquebrune  France
By Roberto Boero
posted 05:34 CST Today (9 hours ago)
Cinetorhynchus reticulatus  green eyed dancing shrimp . Inon UCL 165 wet lens  one strobe.   Els
By E&e Lp
posted 03:30 CST Today (11 hours ago)
Striped Marlin in the chase for its next meal
By Ryan Walton
posted Friday, December 2, 2022
Beautiful Turtle while free diving in the Red Sea   Abu Dabbed.
By Sander Rietmeijer
posted Yesterday
long arm octupos
By Edwin Escleto
posted Yesterday

Underwater Photo Location: World-famous Navy Pier, Bundegi, Exmouth.

Underwater Photo Location: World-famous Navy Pier, Bundegi, Exmouth.

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Navy Pier is a pleasant easy dive, simply book with the local dive shop in Exmouth and enjoy a 20 minute bus ride out to the pier (having gained a security clearance at the Federal Police Office).
The dive shop crew will drive the 150meteres along the access road onto the main pier platform, you simply gear-up, have a briefing, walk down the metal steps to the lower deck -and jump in, EASY.
Facts about World-famous Navy Pier, Bundegi, Exmouth.
  • It is in Australia
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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by Pat Keenan
Bannerfish (Heniochus acuminatus)escort divers at the world-famous Navy Pier at Exmouth, Western Australia. Photographed using Nikonos 1V-A, 35mm lens, focusing distance 3foot (1metre) Nikonos SB105 Flash unit.Kodak Ektachrome 100ASA.
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