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Underwater Photo Location: ayvalık

Underwater Photo Location: ayvalık

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ayvalık is a nice town in turkey.
Facts about ayvalık
  • It is in Turkey
  • ayvalık is in the Aegean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
bigsmall

Diving facilities
air


by Erdal Altın
tube sponge and damselfish

by Erdal Altın
damselfishes at reef

by Erdal Altın
little damselfish

by Erdal Altın
damselfishes

by Erdal Altın
painted comber fish serranus scriba

by Erdal Altın
octopus vulgaris

by Erdal Altın
little white striped goby (no strobe)

by Erdal Altın
starfish

by Erdal Altın
yellow tube sponge

by Meral Önder
as I was focused on this jellyfish, for about 10 minutes, I didnt realised at first what the itchy feeling on my face was, but as it remained on the boat and lasted for 2 hours it must have been from the jellyfish itself, thx jelly, for the nice shot

by Aksems Kuzucu
Red triplefin blenny staying upside down on a rock

by Aksems Kuzucu
Sea anemone like a tulip

by Aksems Kuzucu
mediterranean jelly fish
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