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Blenny crawling through the seagrass

Macro motion blur of a long striped blenny fish sitting on a ledge full of seagrass. Nikon D90  105mm  ISO 100  f/22  1/8s. Ikelite housing and dual DS51 strobes.
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A sleepy Green Sea Turtle lazily peeks out of one eye to see who s watching  quickly returning to napping.
By Naomi Rose
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Underwater Photo Location: Bhaa atoll Maldives

Underwater Photo Location: Bhaa atoll Maldives

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Facts about Bhaa atoll Maldives
  • It is in Maldives
  • Bhaa atoll Maldives is in the Indian Ocean.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
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macrowideangle

by Alberto D'este
Shrimp in symbiosis with starfish

by Alex Thomas
The photo i took when i was in the maldives the moray had a fantastic pattern!

by Laurence Hegarty
soleni, shot with my point and shoot digital camera. baa atol, maldives.

by Christian Nielsen
Photo shot in Hani Faru lagoon in the Baa Atoll (Maldives). A fantastic experience with feeding Manta Rays and a few Whalesharks. Photo taken in natural light while snorkling. Quite a bit of Plankton, but thats why they were there :-)

by Keith Savill
I have struggled to get a shot of a pufferfish - they always seem to turn away at the wrong time! This one, in amougst a load of glass fish in the Maldives, was more friendy. Canon Ixus 85is - Inon D2000 strobe and wide angle lens

by Keith Savill
After an hour of watching in amazement approx 100 Mantas spinning & "flying" over my head, I got out and snorkelled with them. They didn't seem to care about divers, just eating. Canon Ixus 85is, Inon Fisheye.

by Keith Savill
Mantas at Hanifaru.

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
THEY CAME FROM OUT SPACE. Hanyfaru Bay, the big concentration of zooplacton made this "space" efect

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
After an aweson diving day

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
MANTA DANCE. Amazing Hanifaru

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
Hanifaru dance

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
dancing in the sunlight

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
manta cleaning station

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
lunch time. Manta can not resist a good placton soup :-)

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
The boss. Hanifaru Bay

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
feeding frenzy

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
the king and the queen

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
aircraft

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
the meeting point

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
Hanifaru dance

by Lill Haugen
Shooting a self portrait while diving and snorkeling with feeding manta rays in the Hanifaru Bay. A majestic corner of the world, but definitely in need of regulation of human interaction - as this revealing silhouette shows.

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
the sun on my belly :-)

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
the sun dancer

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
Manta estudio I

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
Manta studio II

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
Manta Studio III. Hanyfaru

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
Inside Hanifaru bay

by Alberto D'este
Snorkeling with Shark

by Tobias Friedrich
"Manta Madness" - lot's of Manta Rays around in Hanifaru Bay, it seems.

by Stéphane Primatesta
Phyllidia varicosa.

by Cangemi Paul
Shy Clown in Baa Atoll, Maldives

by Marchione Giacomo
Hanifaru bay and the mantas ray
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