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Underwater Photo Location: Invisibles

Underwater Photo Location: Invisibles

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The Invisibles in Bonaire is one of my favorite sites to dive on the main land. It lies fairly close to the salt fields and is easy to find. Entry is relatively easy as well. Large sandy area before you get to the reef is teaming with Spotted Eagle Rays at first light in the morning(definitely worth waking up for). Garden eels are always present as well. The reef starts very similarly to all of the reef on Bonaire with about 40-50 feet of relatively flat to sloping reef and then drops off rapidly to the bottom at a little over a hundred. Visibility seems to be consistently better on this site for some reason. If you did hit the bottom and kept swimming away from shore, you'd end up on the second reef(quite a swim). Typically the reef holds common reef fish, plenty of coral shrimp and arrow crab as well as brittle star, Christmas tree worms, some nice resident adult drum fish, spotted eels, golden eels and an occasional sharptail if your lucky. If you keep your eyes peeled out between the reefs, you may see a turtle, eagle ray or as we got lucky enough to see, a huge, free swimming green moray.
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Marine Life

by Lee Arbo
Garden eel at the "Invisibles" in Bonaire

by Johannetta Gordijn
Underwater still life

by Johannetta Gordijn
Looking at me?

by Johannetta Gordijn
smooth trunkfish with spotted eagle ray in black and white

by Christian Skauge
A goldentail moray getting real up close and personal at Invisibles, Bonaire. Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, 2z Inon Z-240 strobes.

by Robert Michaelson
Peterson shrimp on a purple anemone

by Mark Hoevenaars
Yawning Frog Fish

by John Roach

by Bob Edwards
Taken with a 100 mm macro lens on a Canon 7D in an Ikelite housing and (2) Ikelite 125 strobes, F11, 1/80th, ISO 100.

by Christopher Lynch
leopard spotted flat worm....on the Invisables Bonaire

by Herbert Dubois

by Christopher Lynch
starry eyed hermit crab in a conch shell naturallight full frame ISO 125, 12mm,f/3.5 @1/500

by Christopher Lynch
large tiger grouper at a deep cleaning station

by Herbert Dubois
Invisibles - Bonaire

by Herbert Dubois
Coral on sunny day
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