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Underwater Photo Location: Nassau

Underwater Photo Location: Nassau

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energizing, safe, don't take a snorkel and have cameras ready. There can be interaction with humans and sharks that is pro-active and not threatening and not associated with feeding.Shot with nikonos and 20mm lens
Facts about Nassau
  • It is in Bahamas
  • Nassau is in the Atlantic (South).
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
dayboatdrysuit

Marine Life
bigsmallsharkscoral

Diving facilities
airinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
wideangle

by David Cohn
"shark dive" bahamas, no cages and no touching.-carribean reef sharks, lemons and occaisonal bull shark

by Travis Henry
You never know when an emergency may pop up or the urge will strike?!

by Travis Henry
Black Tip reef shark at the Bahamas (shark wall). Taken w/ a DC500 no strobes or lenses.

by Steven Anderson
This image was taken as the Reef Sharks came to the feeding, they ventured in from all directions high and low. Yet another image taken during my Christmas trip to Nassau.

by Steven Anderson
Closeup of a Reef Shark and another one lurking in the shadows! Taken while diving off Nassau - Bahamas

by Pedro Padilla
Southern Stingray taken his NAP, thanks to Nicolai Ruprechter show us. Nikon D80 with 15mm lens.

by Pedro Padilla
Carribean Reef Shark, Bahamas. Nikon D80 with 15mm lens, two strobe ikelite ds160 f/8 @ 1/125 ISO-200

by Steven Anderson
Another view of a sunny and busy day at Stuart Cove's - Nassau Bahamas

by Steven Anderson
This image was taken during a beautiful sunset at Cable Beach in Nassau with my Tokina 10-17 mm lens

by Steven Anderson
Never a Gull moment....hahaha! This image was taken on the beach in Nassau.

by Steven Anderson
Diving off the Bahamas and inspecting all holes usually presents an opportunity like this. This guy was not so keen on having his photo taken.Spotted Moray Eel very common in the Caribbean.

by Steven Anderson
The enemy of the sea and the reef - The Lionfish -This image was taken off Nassau, 2 years ago - Im sure there are many more now!

by Ryan Ware
Wreck in Nassau Bahamas. For a quick second all the divers were out of the background.

by Steven Anderson
A great morning in Nassau at Stuart Coves ....Captains start your engines!!!!!

by Jan Morton
Portrait of a Moray Eel. I lucked into this shot when my right strobe was bumped out of position and lit behind some coral failing to light the right side of the frame. It was really lucky...love this shot!

by Jan Morton
Blenny Face; Full Frame no Crop; Olympus OMD E-M1 with 60mm using Nauticam SMC and Multiplier.

by Jan Morton
Macro Shark - Taken with a 60mm Macro on Panasonic GH4

by Jan Morton
Angry Blenny!

by Jan Morton
A very small Triple Fin Blenny approx 6mm in length. Full Frame with Oly EM-1 using 60mm Macro and Nauticam CMC

by John Loving
Peacock Flounder

by Laurie Slawson
Shark? What Shark?/Photographed with a Canon G11 at the James Bond Site in Nassau, Bahamas

by Laurie Slawson
Shark in Sunlight/Photographed with a Canon G11 at the James Bond Site in Nassau, Bahamas
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