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Underwater Photo Location: Laguna Beach, Utila

Underwater Photo Location: Laguna Beach, Utila

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Nice little dive site just off the shore of Laguna Beach Resort. Several entry points from the shore. The proximity to the lagoon with murky water can effect the visibily but increases the likelihood to spot special marine life like eagle rays or yellow stingrays. Nice hard coral wall with several cracks, dropping from 3-4m down to 20m+. Toadfish, green moray, sharp nose puffer, schools of Blue Tang, different angelfish, occasional pelagics like jacks or palometa. Several cleaning stations in the shallow. Great for wide angle especially in the morning and afternoon.
Facts about Laguna Beach, Utila
  • It is in Honduras
  • Laguna Beach, 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.
Dive types
Liveaboarddayboatshorewall

Marine Life
smallturtlescoralshoals

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairshireinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideanglepfriendlyphireinstruction

by Tobias Reitmayr
Quillfin Blenny, Laguna Beach, Utila. Canon EOS 350d, 18-55mm

by Tobias Reitmayr
School of Spadefish passing by within seconds, Laguna Beach, Utila. Canon EOS 350d, 10-22mm

by Boz Johnson
Yellow seahorse / at about 30 feet / Nikon d7000 / Ikelite housing / Inon strobe / Light in motion focus light. Image shot raw and edited in Lightroom: White Balance and exposure only.

by Boz Johnson
Koni in a sponge. Nikon d7000 with Ikelite housing, Inon strobe and Light in motion focus light.

by Boz Johnson
Pederson Shrimp. Nikon d7000, 60mm macro lens, Ikelite housing, Inon strobe and light in motion focus light.

by Boz Johnson
Coral Pollups, Nikon d7000, 60mm macro, ikelite housing, inon strobe and light and motion focus light

by Boz Johnson
This Remora kept trying to attach itself to my fins. Nikon d7000, ikelite housing, inon strobe, light in motion focus light, 60mm macro lens.

by Boz Johnson
Brittle star on coral, nikon d7000, 60mm macro, ikelite housing, inon strobe, light in motion focus light.

by Boz Johnson
Very large hermit crab. Nikon d7000, 60mm macro, ikelite housing, inon strobe, light in motion focus light.

by Boz Johnson
spotted lobster, Nikon d7000, 60mm macro, ikelite housing

by Boz Johnson
Spotted Moray, Nikon d7000, 60mm macro, ikelite housing

by Chris Miskavitch
Soft Corals

by Chris Miskavitch
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