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Yellow banded sea krait and natural air bubbles from the bottom/Photographed with a Canon 60 mm macro lens at Alor  Indonesia
By Laurie Slawson
posted 12:25 CST Today (within the last hour)
Winged pipefish/Photographed with a Canon 60 mm macro lens and SMC 1 at Alor  Indonesia
By Laurie Slawson
posted 12:24 CST Today (within the last hour)
West Indian Sea Egg a.k.a. White Sea Urchin with it s collection of protective pieces on its back  including two pieces of glass
By Steve Dolan
posted 11:20 CST Today (1 hour ago)
Paddleflap Scorpionfish
By Todd Moseley
posted 10:28 CST Today (2 hours ago)
Phoronis australis
Marine horseshoe worm
By Cumhur Gedikoglu
posted 10:15 CST Today (2 hours ago)
gulf of Tadjourah Djibouti
By Pieter Firlefyn
posted 07:06 CST Today (5 hours ago)

Underwater Photo Location: Ransvik

Underwater Photo Location: Ransvik

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Ransvik is an easily accessible dive site by either land or sea, although you'll need to go down some wide stairs if going there by land (and back up after the dive!). It offers depths of around 3-5 m closer to shore where you'll have plenty of boulders to swim around, and a mere 50 meters from shore a more flat bottom at about 15 m that gently slopes downward to greater depths. There's a dive shop east of the town Mölle, by a camping site, for renting gear or filling up on air/nitrox.
Facts about Ransvik
Dive types
shorenightdrysuit

Marine Life
small

Diving facilities
airnitroxhireinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by André Fredriksson
During this dive we, as we usually do on this site, encountered several large jellyfish. On my last dive here I didn't have my camera with me when one of them struck a perfect pose for me, so this time I was hoping for something along the same lines.
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