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Huge schools of anchovies at Misool  Raja Ampat. I love how the fixh makes this huge  wave  coming at my buddy.
By Roine Gabrielsson
posted 03:39 CST Today (within the last hour)
Basket star shrimp
By Julian Hsu
posted 01:16 CST Today (2 hours ago)
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By Sergiy Glushchenko
posted Wednesday, August 5, 2020
Tripterygion delaisi
 Canon macro 60mm 1/200 f/18 iso200
By Antonio Venturelli
posted Yesterday
This image reflect the unknown nudibranch diversity of the Chilean Patagonia.
By Thomas Heran
posted Yesterday
Twins
By Julian Hsu
posted Yesterday

Underwater Photo Location: Elphinestone

Underwater Photo Location: Elphinestone

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fish cleaning murene
Facts about Elphinestone




by Luc Rooman
Murene

by Dray Van Beeck
Longnose hawkfish with the 150mm macro lens.

by Debi Henshaw
Turtle Pie anyone?

by Tony Makin
Lyretail Anthea Nikon F90 60mm F22 Fuji Velvia

by Kimmo Suupohja
Two divers

by Dray Van Beeck
James Dawson and Oceanic

by Michel Lonfat
The beauties of the Red Sea... Que du bonheur... Diving Elphinstone... :O)...

by Christian Nielsen
Colours of the Red Sea Soft Coral on Elphinstone. The diver is my wife. Olympus E330, 14-54mm, 2 Ikelite DS125 Strobes.

by Christian Nielsen
Colours of Egypt. A common sight, a school af Anthias. Difficult to get them in the same direction, but Alexander Mustard gave a hint on his DVD about filter photography :-) Olympus E330, 14-54mm, 2 Ikelite DS125 Strobes.

by Sharon Rainis
Taken at South Egypt, visibility was exceptional

by Sharon Rainis
Dinner Time

by Sergey Kuchik
Big brother- Small brother

by Michel Lonfat
Diving Elphinstone.... Waiting for sharks... :O)... Que du bonheur...

by Marcello Di Francesco
Soft Coral

by Jonathan Sala
Under the king.... Oceanic White Typ Shark

by Jonathan Sala
Kudas

by Dmitry Starostenkov
Rendezvous with oceanic whitecap shark.

by Wijnand Plekker
Cruising

by John Parker
Friendly hawksbill turtle

by Sigitas Sirvydas
Red sea corals

by Sigitas Sirvydas
Dangerous situation

by Laurie Slawson
Purple Coral/Photographed with a Tokina 10-17 mm fisheye lens in the Red Sea at Elphinstone, Egypt

by Laurie Slawson
Wall With Coral/Photographed with a Tokina 10-17 mm fisheye lens at Elphinstone, Egypt, Red Sea.
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