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Underwater Photo Location: Rottnest Island

Underwater Photo Location: Rottnest Island

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Facts about Rottnest Island
  • It is in Australia
  • Rottnest Island is in the Indian Ocean.
  • The typical depth is 0-50 Metres 0-160 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
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by Mick Tait
Small fish off Rottnest Island. First time out with a new 60mm Macro Lens. Canon 20D 60mm Macro

by Mick Tait
Yellow Anemone off Rottnest Island. Canon 20D 60mm Macro

by Mick Tait
Anemone taken at Crystal Palace, Rottnest Island WA. Canon 20D 60mm Macro Lens

by Mick Tait
Chromodoris westraliensis at Rottnest Island. These Nudibranchs are the most common in Western Australia. Canon 20D 100mm macro 500D diopter and 1.4x converter. (Very shallow depth of field with this combination, just missed his starboard rhinopore

by Mick Tait
Golden Bells. Taken off Rottnest Island. Canon 20D 60mm Macro.

by Mick Tait
Cuttlefish off Rottnest Island. Canon 20D 60mm Macro.

by Mick Tait
Basket Star Rottnest Island Canon 20D 60mm Macro

by Mick Tait
Fish Teeth Rottnest Island Canon 20D 60mm Macro

by Chris Holman
Macro of a Bleny Nikon D80 with a 105mm

by Nick Thake
freediver chasing crays

by Nick Thake
Curious dolphin

by Graeme Cole
Some of our Western Rock Lobster waiting for the season to open, shot taken at 36mts with a tokina 10-17 @ 12.

by Graeme Cole
Local fish called a Breaksea Cod fish usually found in caves up side down. Photo was inverted as it was doing my head in.

by Graeme Cole
Blenny in a coral head.

by Nick Thake
Jellyfish in the sun...

by Ally Smith
Photograph of a jellyfish caught in a shaft of sunlight and providing shelter to three tiny puffer fish
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