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Underwater Photo Location: Windsock

Underwater Photo Location: Windsock

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Windsock is near the airport and is one of the easiest shore dive entries/exits in Bonaire. Park on the road near the jetty where the tugs sometimes tie up. There is a cut in the rocks (which are very small anyway), and you can just walk in and out over a fairly smooth sandy bottom. Distance to drop off is not long. Some interesting pictures can be obtained around the jetty and there is macro life throughout the dive. This is the site where I found an apparently rare (and even more rarely photographed), swollen claw mantis shrimp.
Facts about Windsock
Dive types
shore

Marine Life
small


Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Alan Lyall
Synchronised swimmers - a pair of banded butterflyfish - Bonaire - Canon EOS350D; EF-S 60mm; single DS-125

by Alan Lyall
Queen Angelfish - eye and cheek detail

by John Roach
Longsnout Seahorse

by Robert Michaelson
Queen angels at Windsock, Bonaire. Can you see the bristle worm climbing down the sponge?

by John Roach
Wire Coral Shrimp ….Home sweet home
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