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 Caribbean reef shark in the dapple light 
Fish Tales  Bahamas.
 
Subal underwater housing  Canon 5D mk2  Canon 8 15mm @ 15mm  f14  1/200s  ISO400  Inon Z240 strobe x2.
By Terry Steeley
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 Julian s truck  lower deck of the SS Thistlegorm. 
Red Sea  Egypt.
 
Subal underwater housing  Canon 5D mk2  Canon 8 15mm @ 15mm  f11  1/20s  ISO400  natural light  Inon Z240 remote strobe  Sola torch.
By Terry Steeley
posted 18:08 CST Today (3 hours ago)
Policemare quadrilineata whit eggs
By Walter Bassi
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Puerto Galera  Philippines. October 2014
By Irwin Ang
posted 11:49 CST Today (10 hours ago)
 Like a flower swaying in the wind    Soft lighting on a Ralpharia Gorgoniae.
By Adeline Wee
posted 11:44 CST Today (10 hours ago)
Escape Cloak...This little guy used two arms to cover his head with sand and then slowly started walking away...Brilliant Camoflauge
By Jan Morton
posted 11:16 CST Today (10 hours ago)

Underwater Photo Location: Dangerous reef, St.Johns

Underwater Photo Location: Dangerous reef, St.Johns

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Great dive site for the afternnon and nightdives. Some small caves, Red anemones lots of times Oceanic whitetip around.
Facts about Dangerous reef, St.Johns
  • It is in Egypt
  • Dangerous reef, St.Johns is in the Red 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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