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The great white shark.
Diving with sharks has always been my passion and to dive with one of the most misunderstood was incredible.
This guy loved his reflection in my wide angle dome.
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Underwater Photo Location: Santa Rosa Wall, Cozumel, Mexico

Underwater Photo Location: Santa Rosa Wall, Cozumel, Mexico

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Great, great location - can be difficult, but lots of big marine life and very active. Can be some strong drift.
Facts about Santa Rosa Wall, Cozumel, Mexico
  • It is in Mexico
  • Santa Rosa Wall, Cozumel, Mexico is in the Caribbean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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by Walt Hill
This was on one of our last dives and floating next to the Santa Rosa Wall in Cozumel

by Cheri Denn
I really wonder what all the fish are looking at. Taken with an Olympus SP350.

by Cheri Denn
The Little Drum

by Cheri Denn
A cute little fish.

by Steven Anderson
Some of the best wall diving in the Caribbean can be found off Cozumel. This image was taken at Santa Rosa Wall, a wall dive that Liquid Blue Divers does often.

by Steven Anderson
While diving on Santa Rosa Wall off Cozumel, I saw this strange looking formation of sponges and this particular sponge looked as though it had melted and stretched over time. It reminded me of candle wax. Yes, Im weird!

by Steven Anderson
There are lots of old sponges still intact after all of the rough weather the island of Cozumel has had over the past 10 years. It took longer than 10 years for this sponge found at Santa Rosa Wall to develop.

by Steven Anderson
The colors are amazing and the wall diving incredible off Cozumel. This photo was taken during a dive at Santa Rosa Wall.Thanks Liquid Blue Divers!

by Steven Anderson
This image ws taken at Santa Rosa Wall, just more proof that the clear and warm water enable the sponges, corals and soft corals thrive. The colors are fascinating and this part of the wall is an awesome dive.

by Liana Pribla
Santa Rosa Wall Beauty

by Mara Feodor
Lettuce slug found in Cozumel Santa Rosa. There was a lot of current but I was determined on using my macro lens on this dive!
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