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Spotting the red scorpionfish

Diver finds a red scorpionfish at the entrance of its cave with his torch. Nikon D90  10.5mm  ISO 200  f/16  1/25s. Ikelite housing and dual DS51 strobes.
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Underwater Photo Location: Manta Ray Bay house reef, Yap island

Underwater Photo Location: Manta Ray Bay house reef, Yap island

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Great macro site, mostly shallow with up to 60 ft. depth in some places.
Facts about Manta Ray Bay house reef, Yap island
  • It is in Micronesia
  • Manta Ray Bay house reef, Yap island is in the Pacific.
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
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by Vladimir Levantovsky
Tell me when to say "cheese". A very curious giant moray eel, getting tête à tête with my lens port. Canon Rebel XSi / Ikelite housing and strobes

by Vladimir Levantovsky
"I am bigger than you think!" Male mandarin fishes are very territorial. This one is flaring his fins in attempt to enlarge his appearance, as a reaction to sudden visit of another male fish. Canon XSi / EF 100mm USM macro / Ikelite housing.

by Jonathan Regan
Eel getting up close and personal

by Jonathan Regan
Juvenile anenomefish hanging out in Aussie coloured sponge. Go the green and gold. Aussie, Aussie, Aussie, OI! OI! OI!

by Jonathan Regan
I came back to this guy twice to try and get a decent shot. I'm glad I did. I was quite happy with this one.

by Daniel Flormann
Manta photographer

by Frank Schneider
Half and half photo (Half-and-half, split shot) of reef sharks

by Steven Miller
Busy zone

by Steven Miller
True colors. No PS here, the light on the background sharks has passed through water enough to absorb the warm colors, giving a cool blue caste. The close shark not so.. it could be balanced in LR but I like the contrasting colors and odd lighting.

by Steven Miller
White eyes, inky black

by Steven Miller
The Lovers.

by Steven Miller
Last light.

by Steven Miller
Starburst silhouette- flash filled

by Steven Miller
Was it Jaws 3 or 4 where it ate the Helicopter? I layered this mainly because with refraction at the waterline the body didn't line up nicely, but a little Gin made the drone sound fun. The untouched version is in the over/under category..

by Steven Miller
Fisheye view

by Steven Miller
Precision Glass. Last light for sunset splits

by Steven Miller
Splish splash.. Mantafest- Yap!

by Steven Miller
Simple beauty
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