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Underwater Photo Location: Little Bight, Utila

Underwater Photo Location: Little Bight, Utila

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Very popular dive site in the south west of Utila. Shallow bay with very fine sand and some seagrass, slightly sloping deeper, opening with a hard coral walls towards the east and west, 30m+. Garden eels in the deeper parts on the sand. Juvenile angelfish, Peterson cleaner shrimp, arrow crabs, juvenile spotted drums hiding out at cleaning stations on the sand. Seahorses and Peacock flounders. On the reef creole wrasse, butterflyfish, trumpetfish, hawksbill turtles. Good for macro.
Facts about Little Bight, Utila
  • It is in Honduras
  • Little Bight, Utila 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 Tobias Reitmayr
Tiny juvenile Spotted Drum from a different angle than usual, Little Bight, Utila. Canon EOS 350d, 18-55mm, 4xmacro lens

by Tobias Reitmayr
The common Sharpnose puffer, seen on every dive in Utila, Little Bight. Canon EOS 350d, 18-55mm

by Susan Beerman
Sharpnose Puffer in Utila

by Hamid Rad
Gorgonian. Canon G9 / Ikelite houising & DS160 strobe.

by Robert Michaelson
Porcupinefish with cleaning goby. Dc1000 with single flash

by Robert Michaelson
Lobster becomes a space alien

by Susan Beerman
This conch is really keeping an eye on me.

by Susan Beerman
This Juvenile Cow Fish finally came out of hiding after about five minutes of seeing divers pass by. It was well worth the wait.

by John Roach
Woody woodpecker. Wrasse Blenny (Hemienblemaria simulus)

by Brad Ryon
Social feather duster (Bispira brunnea); Utila, Honduras

by Brad Ryon
No really, look behind you; Utila, Honduras

by Brad Ryon
Moon Jellyfish. (Aurelia aurita) upside down at the surface of the water (F5.6, 1/1250, ISO 125, -0.7 exposure)

by Brad Ryon
Bridled Burrfish (Chilomycterus antennatus)

by Marylin Batt
Octopus at night in Utila, Bay Islands, Honduras
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