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Underwater Photo Location: Saies Corner

Underwater Photo Location: Saies Corner

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Saies Corner may sometimes be like Blue corner in terms of current and presence of big marine life. There is an abundance of soft coral on the walls, lots of pretty macro stuff too! If the current is strong, there is also a "hooking" spot wherein you can see all the marine action!
Facts about Saies Corner
  • It is in Palau
  • Saies Corner is in the Pacific.
  • The typical depth is 50+ Metres 160+ Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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by Wendy Capili
This was taken with my old Canon A70 during our safety stop at Saies Corner, Palau. My divemaster friend was blowing bubble rings, and this particular ring perfectly framed him

by Wendy Capili
Soft coral at Saies Wall taken using ambient light close focus Sigma 15mm + magic filter

by Wendy Capili
Anthias on the reef using NikonD80 + Sigma 15mm + Magic Filter

by Alberto D'este
My friend in Palau

by Jonathan Sala
Leafe Scorpionfish

by Stuart Ganz
Watching the sharks

by Stuart Ganz
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