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Underwater Photo Location: Seraya Secret - Bali

Underwater Photo Location: Seraya Secret - Bali

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Seraya secret dive site special for macro critters only
Facts about Seraya Secret - Bali
  • It is in Indonesia
  • Seraya Secret - Bali is in the Bali Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types

Photo facilities

by Andy Chan
Sea Horse - Hippocampus taeniopterus on G 9

by Andy Chan
Harlequin Shrimp - Seraya Secret G9 + Inon UCL 165 + SB 105 + DIY adapter

by Cipriano (ripli) Gonzalez
ghost pipefish close-up

by Daniel Norwood
Seraya seahorse. I visited this seahorse on numerous occasions until he was posing with the bluewater background!

by Marco Waagmeester
Mantis Shrimp Eye (Odontodactylus scyllarus) - Batu Niti, Bali As i was coming very close, it turned out that the shrimps punch couldn't break my Inon macro lens.. (Canon G9, Inon D2000w, 2xUCL165)

by Shi Boon Wong
Harlequin shrimp. Taken at Seraya dive site, Bali Indonesia.

by Shi Boon Wong

by Raoul Caprez
Hymenocera elegans

by Richard Witmer
Camelback Shrimp (Rhynchocinetes durbanensis). D300/Inon Strobes/105mm + diopter.

by Richard Witmer
Juvenile Harlequin Shrimp (Hymenocera Elegans). This guy is tiny at only 6mm (.25 inch)! D300/105mm + Diopter.

by Eric Fly
Nice surprise!!!!

by Tony Cherbas
Seraya's Secret: Lots of Moray Dental Work

by Tony Cherbas
Nudi on Fire (but still moving slow:))

by Tony Cherbas
Going to the Cleaners: Seraya, Bali

by Ximena Olds
Polka dot flatworm. This guy came out of nowhere and disappeared behind the rocks in a split second. Lucky I got to even see it. Nikon D7000 105mm Ikelite strobes and housing. Must have take in it with the Subsee

by Mawi Mugen
"Tiger Shrimp" at Seraya Secrets, Tulamben, Bali. Shots taken with Nikon D7000, 60mm macro, Sea&Sea MDX 7000, Sea&Sea Ys-110a, 1/320, f/11, ISO 200. Focus was set only on a single eye and shot in a slightly side view angle to give a more DOF effect.

by Nonna Pokras

by Nonna Pokras
Elysia ornata

by Nonna Pokras
Feather star squat lobster

by Nonna Pokras
Jorunna rubescens

by Nonna Pokras
Flat worm

by Nonna Pokras
Long nose shrim

by Nonna Pokras
Beauty of the night

by Nonna Pokras
In B&W

by Nonna Pokras
blows away

by Nonna Pokras

by Nonna Pokras

by Greg Duncan
Feeding Nudibranch at Seraya Bali.

by Nonna Pokras
Dragon shrimp

by Nonna Pokras

by Nonna Pokras
Barbie crab

by Nonna Pokras
Small and funny

by Reyner Onggara
Dotto Sp, Found them in Bali, needs to wait for them to start walking and snap this pic. Nice little soft lighting kind of isolate them from the background because the body of dotto emits light very well. Taken at Seraya beach Bali with Nikon D4

by Tracey Jennings
An orangutan crab in Bali

by Alex Mitchell
Best manicure ever! Cleaner shrimp doing what he does best.

by Henley Spiers
Hey you, get off my star!

by Adriana Simeonova
Lionfish portrait

by Adriana Simeonova
I am watching you

by Henley Spiers
Planet Golden Goby

by Adriana Simeonova
Pink Home

by Adriana Simeonova
What do you want?

by Tracey Jennings
the bum shot

by Filip Staes

by Henley Spiers
March of the Nudi

by Filip Staes
Upside Down Jellyfish (Cassiopeia xamachana), Bali.

by Filip Staes
"Family reunion",Durban hinge-beak shrimps, White- banded cleaner shrimps and moray eel, Seraya, Bali.
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