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Day Octopus/Photographed with a Canon 60 mm macro lens at Anilao  Philippines
By Laurie Slawson
posted 13:08 CST Today (2 hours ago)
Blueshark in deep water off Faial  Azores. Such a wonderful animal and sadly fished to extinction by the Spanish and Portuguese longliners. Not even fishing quotas for blues in the EU. If you are an European citizen https //stop finning.eu/ lang en
By Joerg Blessing
posted 07:52 CST Today (8 hours ago)
Blueshark in deep water of Faial  Azores Islands. Such beautiful animals that are sadly fished to extinction by the Spanish and Portuguese longliners. There is no fishing quota for them in the EU.https //stop finning.eu/ lang en
By Joerg Blessing
posted 06:18 CST Today (9 hours ago)
Cleanershrimp on Dauin
By Hansruedi Wuersten
posted 06:17 CST Today (9 hours ago)
Free Solo

Nudibranch   Dermatobranchus albus

Bali  Indonesia
By Stefan Follows
posted 02:27 CST Today (13 hours ago)
Thorny seahorse hunting copepods
By Leena Roy
posted 02:22 CST Today (13 hours ago)

Underwater Photo Location: La Montagna di Scilla

Underwater Photo Location: La Montagna di Scilla

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One of the best dive in Mediterranean Sea (like said J. Cousteau)
Facts about La Montagna di Scilla
Dive types
driftdrysuit

Marine Life
smallstinging


Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Vittorio Durante
Mullus Surmuletus

by Francesco Pacienza
Scorpena scrofa. Taken with Nikon D60 in Easydive housing. 18-55 Nikkor VR; Nikon SB105 and Sea&Sea YS300 strobes.

by Francesco Pacienza
Red polyps. Taken with Nikon D60 with Nikkor 18-55VR in Easydive Leo Housing. One strobe Nikon SB105; Manual mode.

by Francesco Pacienza
Cerianhus with gorgonian bicolors. Taken with Nikon P7000 in Easysnap Housing by Easydive. With 12mm fish-eye dome, two strobes Nikonos SB-105 with optical fiber. Manual mode settings.

by Francesco Pacienza
Gorgonian bicolors with fish. Taken with Nikon Coolpix P7000 in Easydive Easysnap Housing. Two strobes Nikonos SB-105 with optical fiber cable. Manual mode settings, non TTL.

by Francesco Pacienza
Thalassoma pavo, male. Taken with Nikon D90 and Nikkor 60mm Micro. One strobe Nikonos SB-105, manual setting. Easydive Leo housing.

by Francesco Pacienza
Hypselodoris picta. Taken with Nikon D90 with Nikkor 60mm Micro in Easydive Leo II Housing. Onte strobe Nikonos SB-105 with snoot. Manual setting.

by Francesco Pacienza
Flame on the deep. Cratena peregrina photographed with Nikon D90, Nikkor 60mm Micro in Easydive Housing. One strobe Nikonos SB105 with snoot; manual settings.

by Francesco Pacienza
Janolus cristatus, details.

by Francesco Pacienza
Mermaid in Scilla. Above&Below

by Francesco Pacienza
He says "Hallo".

by Francesco Pacienza
Yellow coral (Leptosammia pruvoti) with HDR processing

by Francesco Pacienza
Flabellina with eggs inside the body.

by Francesco Pacienza
Jellyfish Noctiluca pelagia

by Francesco Pacienza
Double exposure. Big cerianthus.

by Francesco Pacienza
The event of sexual reproduction of two Leptosammia pruvoti. The male is moving the sperm in the female to his right.

by Francesco Pacienza
Jellyfish under the Scilla's castle. It's no photoshop manipulated; the sky is really B&W.

by Francesco Pacienza
Nudi under blue sky.

by Francesco Pacienza
B&W jellyfish

by Francesco Pacienza
Reaching the sky

by Francesco Pacienza
Spinning shot. Nikon Coolpix P7000 with Fish-Eye and two Nikonos SB105 strobes. 1/8s f/8 ISO100 + ND Filter. No altering, no photoshop...all done underwater in manual mode settings.

by Francesco Pacienza
Love to love... Hypselodoris tricolor, 1 cm. Light with optical zoom snoot. Nikon Coolpix P7000 with Subsee Lens +10

by Antonio Venturelli
Cerianthus Membranaceus photographed with lens 10-22mm @ 11mm

by Antonio Venturelli
coloured gorgonians photographed at diving site named La Montagna di Scilla, Italy

by Antonio Venturelli
photo taken at La Montagna dive site, Scilla , Italy

by Antonio Venturelli
Cerianthus , Messina strait. Canon lens 10-22mm @18 mm

by Antonio Venturelli
Scilla, Italy
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