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Underwater Photo Location: Scoglio formica Porticello

Underwater Photo Location: Scoglio formica Porticello

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Facts about Scoglio formica Porticello
  • It is in Italy
  • Scoglio formica Porticello is in the Tyrrhenian Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
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Diving facilities
airrepairsinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideanglefilmpfriendlyinstruction

by Alfonso Santoro
Sogno

by Ferdinando Meli
Diving boat from below...

by Ferdinando Meli
Flabellina affinis

by Antonio Venturelli
color flames_Cratena nudi_2021 (Canon60mm,t1/200,f/25,iso200)

by Antonio Venturelli
I waited so many minutes for it to line up with my lens..and finally the shot is really close. Thank you sweet beauty Cratena (Canon 60mm,t1/200,f/22,iso200)

by Antonio Venturelli
Mediterranean Cratena-2021 (Canon60mm,t1/200,f/22,iso200)

by Antonio Venturelli
Colors of Mediterranean sea_2021 (Canon100mm, t1/200,f/20,iso200)

by Antonio Venturelli
Lamprohaminoea ovalis-2021 (Canon100mm,t1/200,f/20,iso200)

by Antonio Venturelli
The sinuous shape of Cratena nudi_2021 (Canon100mm, t1/200,f/20,iso 200)
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