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A spotted crab in the coral. Half of the body in cold blue color and the other half in warm color. Shot by Sony 6500 and a Nauticam housing.
By Qunyi Zhang
posted 09:14 CST Today (within the last hour)
Diver on the reef
By Andy Kutsch
posted 08:22 CST Today (1 hour ago)
Black Mantas of La Reina  La Paz
By Nick Polanszky
posted 02:15 CST Today (7 hours ago)
This  tiger mug  shot was taken at Tiger Beach in the Bahamas.  She is a gorgeous large female that is quite curious with cameras and loves to see her reflection in my dome port
By Debbie Wallace
posted Saturday, July 21, 2018
This toothy American alligator was  very tolerant of me and my camera  allowing me to get quite close to obtain this shot in the Florida Everglades.
By Debbie Wallace
posted Saturday, July 21, 2018
In the lagoon of Moorea we used to swim with the sting rays. Sometimes we can also find a mermaid
By Greg Fleurentin
posted Saturday, July 21, 2018

Underwater Photo Location: Henderson Point, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Underwater Photo Location: Henderson Point, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

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First snoot attempt off the camera with remote trigger
Facts about Henderson Point, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
  • It is in Canada
  • Henderson Point, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada is in the Pacific.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
shoredrysuit

Marine Life
small


Photo facilities
macro

by Mario Robillard
First attempt with snoot off the camera. I had to find the perfect size subject to fit my narrow light from my DIY snoot. Finally, I found the perfect size colorful nudibranch on the sea bed. Love the result :-)

by Mario Robillard
Forsted Nudi under a hint of light

by Mario Robillard
Under the spot

by Mario Robillard
Orange anemone back lighting

by Mario Robillard
Light bulb nudi

by Mario Robillard
Upside down

by Mario Robillard
Coming from the dark side

by Mario Robillard
Hanging around

by Mario Robillard
Alone in the dark

by Mario Robillard
I have an eye on you

by Mario Robillard
Glow in the dark

by Mario Robillard
Gunnel posing for a few seconds

by Mario Robillard
Darth Vader of the sea

by Mario Robillard
How do you want your egg....over easy

by Mario Robillard
Underwater Sunrise

by Mario Robillard
Get your eye in

by Mario Robillard
Sleeping mode Anemone

by Mario Robillard
New generation is coming

by Mario Robillard
Clown Nudibranch, my favorite one :-)

by Mario Robillard
Underwater light bulb

by Mario Robillard
Light tips nudi ;-)

by Mario Robillard
Underwater Blue Dream

by Mario Robillard
Nothing Special

by Mario Robillard
Up the hill

by Mario Robillard
Closer view of a Sea Star

by Mario Robillard
Nudi under UV

by Mario Robillard
Crab under a UV spot light

by Mario Robillard
Sexy Nudi

by Mario Robillard
Underwater flying saucer

by Mario Robillard
Closer view of a Crab's eye

by Mario Robillard
Colorful little guy

by Mario Robillard
Curious little guy

by Mario Robillard
Nudi on a Tunicate

by Mario Robillard
Clown Nudibranch

by Mario Robillard
Center of the underwater universe

by Mario Robillard
And life goes on

by Mario Robillard
Another point of view

by Mario Robillard
Clown Nudibranch Art

by Mario Robillard
New generation is coming

by Mario Robillard
Nudi laying eggs

by Mario Robillard
Ready to hatch for Christmas

by Mario Robillard
Keep growing

by Mario Robillard
Close Encounter

by Mario Robillard
Thru my eye

by Mario Robillard
Underwater ballerina

by Mario Robillard
Catch me if you can

by Mario Robillard
Red carpet

by Mario Robillard
Juvenile Puget Sound King Crab, so tiny and so beautiful

by Mario Robillard
Lips job required

by Mario Robillard
Thru my lens....should say... pipe ;-)

by Mario Robillard
Tiny little devil (Skeleton Shrimp)

by Mario Robillard
The Sea Clown Nudibranch (Triopha catalinae) is one of the most vividly colored nudibranch that can be found here in BC, Canada.

by Mario Robillard
strike the pose

by Mario Robillard
Isopods are not insects but crustaceans. They are relatives of insects however, with their jointed legs and exoskeleton. Actually they are more closely related to shrimp, crayfish and crabs.

by Mario Robillard
The beauty of an anemone seen by me
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