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The critically endangered Ornate Eagle Ray makes an appearance on the Ningaloo Reef. This is the 7th individual identified in this special part of the world.
By Naomi Rose
posted Sunday, September 27, 2020
Calcinus tubularis  Paguro tubicolo close up  Pellaro Calabria
  Canon macro 60 mm  1/200 f/20 iso200
By Antonio Venturelli
posted Yesterday
Pilgrim Hervia   Cratena Peregrina   La Montagna Scilla
  Canon macro 60 mm 1/200 f/20 iso400
By Antonio Venturelli
posted Yesterday
enjoyce swimming gracefully  sharm el sheik egypt
By Rune Rasmussen
posted (2 days ago)
Pilgrim hervia La Montagna Scilla
 Canon macro 60 mm 1/200 f/20/iso400
By Antonio Venturelli
posted (3 days ago)
Redhead Stylophora Goby  Paragobiodon echinocephalus
By Oksana Maksymova
posted (3 days ago)

Underwater Photo Location: salt pier

Underwater Photo Location: salt pier

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just a wonderful place to dive
Facts about salt pier
Dive types
shore

Marine Life
smallcoral

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairshireinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideangleprocessingfilmpfriendlyrepairsphireinstruction

by Jean Francois Proulx
salt pier

by Mark Hoevenaars
Salt Pier - Bonaire - Reef Squid during a night dive.

by Kyle Mcburnie
shot in bonaire canon 40d with 60mm macro lens

by Christopher Lynch
hawkfish , 15ft=/- no flash,full frame

by John Roach
I got my eye on you. Ringed Blenny Salt Pier Bonaire

by Richie Leighton
turtle posing for me

by Jeffrey Richards
Parrotfish on a night dive at the Salt Pier in Bonaire

by Marteyne Van Well
Underwater world at Salt Pier in Bonaire

by Marteyne Van Well
The columns at Salt Pier, Bonaire

by Annemarie Kramer
School of Smallmouth Grunts (Haemulon chrysargyreum) under the Salt Pier in Bonaire

by Annemarie Kramer
Hawksbill Turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata)

by Marteyne Van Well
French Angelfish at Salt Pier in Bonaire

by John Roach
This guy is old... He has wrinkles!

by Richie Leighton
JUST HAVING DINNER TOGETHER

by Richie Leighton
HEADED DOWN

by Lorenzo Mittiga
Green Turtle. It is very common to get close to sea turtles at the Salt Pier in Bonaire. At the end of almost each dive I can photograph a turtle, but lately are not seen very often and the sea bottom looks like a desert...something is changing?

by John Roach
Orange Spotted Blenny Hypleurochilus springeri Bonaire NA

by John Roach
Oyster Blenny Hypleurochilus pseudoaequipinnus Bonaire NA

by Tobias Reitmayr
Trumpetfish at Salt Pier Nightdive

by Nick Polanszky
Scuba diver Natalia checking out the obscure structures of the Salt Pier, Bonaire

by Nick Polanszky
“Underneath the Salt Pier of Bonaire, you can get lost in a trance watching schools of trevally circling from beam to beam, the obscure concrete structures penetrating through the waters surface”

by Nick Polanszky
Diver checking out the obscure concrete structures of the Salt Pier, Bonaire

by Beate Seiler
Nice turtle at the salt Pier of Bonaire

by John Roach
Parrothead Hypsoblennius invemar Tessellated blenny Bonaire

by John Roach
Tessellated Blenny Hypsoblennius invemar Bonaire Up close and happy to see me!
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