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Underwater Photo Location: La Formica, Casteldaccia,Sicily, Italy

Underwater Photo Location: La Formica, Casteldaccia,Sicily, Italy

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La Formica, Casteldaccia, Sicily
Facts about La Formica, Casteldaccia,Sicily, Italy
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
small

Diving facilities
air

Photo facilities
wideangle

by Antonio Venturelli
deep coral

by Antonio Venturelli
Octopus hidden in a rock, photographed with lens 60 mm

by Antonio Venturelli
diving basket star photo. (60mm,1/125,f/8,iso100)

by Antonio Venturelli
a moray that moves out of the den in the deep water near Casteldaccia, Sicily

by Antonio Venturelli
Dardanus Arrosor

by Antonio Venturelli
protula tubularia photographed with lens 60 mm

by Antonio Venturelli
mediterranean fireworm

by Antonio Venturelli
Casteldaccia , Sicily. (60mm,1/160,f/6.3,iso100)

by Antonio Venturelli
close up of moray eel head

by Antonio Venturelli
red scorpionfish

by Antonio Venturelli
mediterranean triplefin

by Antonio Venturelli
mediterranean basket star

by Antonio Venturelli
Red gorgonian

by Antonio Venturelli
cratena peregrina

by Antonio Venturelli
La Formica, Casteldaccia, Italy

by Antonio Venturelli
Flabellina Affinis
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