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Underwater Photo Location: Baja Alcyone

Underwater Photo Location: Baja Alcyone

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On the Oceanus Agressor live aboard. This is a dive that has quite strong currents. There are lots of large creatures to photograph including sharks, whale sharks, dolphins etc. It is a very exposed site and can get very busy with live aboards and divers.
Facts about Baja Alcyone
  • It is in Cocos Islands
  • Baja Alcyone is in the Pacific.
  • 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 Andres Berrocal
hammerhead great opportunities cocos island, costa rica

by Jp Zegarra
Cocos barnacle blenny... a Cocos Island endemic and rarely seen in pictures... they are everywhere... one of the small wonders of this island... Nikon D300 105 mm macro

by Pedro Padilla
Hammerhead near turn @ Coco Island Nikon D80 with 15mm lens.

by Jp Zegarra
resting white tips are excelent for macro shots... I had to take my 105 mm during one of the Bajo Alcyone dives and give it a try... I like how the shark skin texture is detailed here... Nikon D300 105 mm 2 DS160 flash

by Jp Zegarra
after setting myself up on a ledge, hammerheads started passing by... I got ready for the opportunity to shot one as close as possible... this one started turning as I started taking pics... Nikon D300 Tokina 10-17 mm No flash

by Wijnand Plekker
Jedi - by Daniel Przedecki
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