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Underwater Photo Location: Stone Dog, Gordon's Bay

Underwater Photo Location: Stone Dog, Gordon's Bay

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Pinnacles, boulders, lush marine life, critters galore, perfect macro dive site.
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by Kate Jonker
Cheeky Triplefin

by Kate Jonker
Peering over my shoulder

by Kate Jonker
Reaching Towards the Light - Crowned Nudibranch

by Kate Jonker
OctopEye Common octopus, taken in False Bay, South Africa.

by Kate Jonker
Tiny and curious klipfish poses in my snoot light.

by Kate Jonker
Fireworks Urchin Snoot lighting with coloured gels.

by Kate Jonker
LENS Close up of a cuttlefish using reverse ring macro and subtle coloured constant lighting.

by Kate Jonker
Spectre Snooted super klipfish in False Bay

by Kate Jonker
Pretty in Pink Coral nudibranch with a touch of pink snoot lighting

by Peet J Van Eeden
Crowned Nudibranch, False Bay, Cape Peninslua, South Africa

by Peet J Van Eeden
Colorful Klipvis in False Bay, Cape Peninsula.South Africa

by Kate Jonker
Speckled Klipfish Coloured snoot torches highlight the yellow and blue details of this curious little fish.

by Kate Jonker
Serenity Tubular Hydroid sways in the gentle surge.

by Kate Jonker
The Eye of the Beholder Eye of a tiny cuttlefish, shot using reverse ring macro with coloured lights.

by Kate Jonker
Bohemian Rhapsody Snooted Super Klipfish at Stone Dog in Gordon's Bay.

by Peet J Van Eeden
The yellow variant of a feather duster worm

by Kate Jonker
Spotlight - A coral nudibranch with snooted Inon Z240 and blue snoot torch

by Peet J Van Eeden
The Coral Nudibranch is unique to False Bay, Cape Peninsula, South Africa and further east. It derives its name from feeding on soft coral.
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