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posted Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Underwater Photo Location: Bahamas

Underwater Photo Location: Bahamas

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Don't like them in the Bahamas...but they are pretty
Facts about Bahamas
  • It is in Bahamas
  • Bahamas is in the Caribbean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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by Darrell Hejde
Lion Fish

by Murray Scott
This was my first time using my Very Old Nikonos. I was using it in the manual position, trying to make some sense of Flash Speeds and Focal Point. I used a 20mm Lense. I was surprised that I could get such clarity laying on the Ocean Floor at 55.

by Miguel Cortes
A tiger with hungry.

by Miguel Cortes
Say..... aaaaaaaaaaa.

by Nicolai Rupprechter
this nudi resting on my indexfinger was taken in nasau bahamas.....

by Suzan Meldonian
Gray reef shark close up.

by Raoul Caprez
The way to heaven :-)

by Steven Anderson
A beautiful day at Nassau's premier dive center Stuart Cove's.

by Raoul Caprez
Another life underwater ...

by Andrew Dalgleish
The Flamingo tongue is always an easy subject but they rarely have their full 'tail' extended. Canon 100mm macro, Aquatica 5Dmkii housing, Iklite ds161 strobes.

by Albert Kok
Tiger shark posing for UW photographer

by Albert Kok
Tiger shark showing her nice skin pattern

by Albert Kok
tiger shark in B&W showing her Lorenzini pores

by Albert Kok
lemon shark over the sand

by Albert Kok
tiger shark posing for UW photographer

by Albert Kok
carribean reef sharks around coral head

by Rick Beldegreen
Reef shark; 60 mm; iso 100 ; 1/160; f/6.3; dual stobes TTL

by Mike Ellis
A Tiger and Caribbean Reef shark come in for a close look at what we have in our lunch box.

by Matt Heath
Bull shark with a bit of unwanted jewelry.

by Matt Heath
I was lucky to have the most playful Southern Stingray I have yet encountered for this picture.

by Albert Kok
carribean reef shark with divers below

by Craig Dietrich
This is Max! A giant Bahama Grouper. This was taken with a Canon 7D with a Tokina 10-17 with a Nauticam housing and a 4.33' Nauticam Dome.

by Gary Curtis
Dolphin Talk....

by Lisa Kelly
Curious turtle...f/8, 1/125, ISO 200.

by Lisa Kelly
Remoras looking for a free ride

by Lisa Kelly
Close up of brain coral

by Steven Anderson
Happy Dolphins over the white sands of the Dolphin Grounds off the Bahamas.

by Katy Danca Galli
Baitfish galore on this beautiful day!

by Goos Van Der Heide
4 meter Tigershark passing by during a dive at Tiger Beach in the Bahama's

by Michael Bogner
Tiger Shark @ Tigerbeach

by Michael Bogner
Tigershark Smiley

by Oscar Miralpeix
Lemon Shark close up

by Oscar Miralpeix
Bull shark

by Rasmus Raahauge
Taken at Fish tales, a reef close to Tiger Beach where Caribbean reef sharks patrols among Lemon and Tigers

by Stuart Spechler
Predators! Two hungry sharks circling the bait box. Wonderful to be so close to such beautiful creatures.

by Stuart Spechler
Two hunters on the prowl, up close and personal.

by Stuart Spechler
WHAT did you just say to me??!! Confrontation with an indignant Bahamian shark captured on camera.

by Stuart Spechler
Beauty in motion. Elegant shark circling the bow of a shipwreck.

by Stuart Spechler
Portrait of a private sargeant.

by Stuart Spechler
Dinnertime! Hungry Caribbean reef sharks gathering for a meal.

by Stuart Spechler
Fish for dinner again? The shark feeders had just opened the bait box, and all the sharks in the area except this one rushed in to see what was on the menu.

by Stuart Spechler
Underbelly of the beast. Magnificent animal.

by Stuart Spechler
Let's do lunch. Two beautiful hunters on the prowl.

by Steven Anderson
The deep reefs off the Northern Bahamas have great shark action. Im looking forward to my expedition in Aug. to enjoy te action as I do every year!

by Pedro Padilla
Diving with Sharks

by Steven Miller
Bone fishing beach

by Lauren Berger
"Ebony dreams". I met this curious and sweet Lemon shark on an unforgettable night dive at the Sugar Wreck in the Bahamas.

by Marc Damant
Three directions of Lemons! Sometimes the levels in the water really show when you have sharks coming from every side!

by Chris Miskavitch
Diver and school....

by Brent Barnes
An oceanic white tip shark's dorsal fin breaks the surface near a boat in an split level shot at Cat Island in the Bahamas

by Michael Dornellas
A beautiful Octopus

by Jim Machinchick
A gorgeous Tiger creeping around a sponge at Fish Tales

by Ryan Ware
Bat Fish, Bahamas

by Jim Machinchick
Gliding by in the afternoon sun

by Jim Machinchick
A Great Hammerhead emerges from the black

by Ryan Ware
quite boating

by Jim Machinchick
The bite shot...translates into: dome port polishing after the dive

by Michael Dornellas
Competitive free diver Ashleigh

by Marc Damant
Giants Below! A Great Atlantic Hammerhead glides above the sand mere inches from the bottom.

by Fabio Ludmer
Blue and Yellow

by Fabio Ludmer
Do you see me?

by Chris Mckenna
Caribbean Reef Shark photographed on the wreck of the Austin Smith in the Bahamas.

by Stuart Spechler
In the movie ‘Jaws’, the character Quint says, “The thing about a shark - it's got lifeless eyes, black eyes like a doll's eyes.” I don’t think so. This magnificent shark’s eyes look very alive, focused, and interested. Beautiful creatures!

by Stuart Spechler
Two beautiful predators on the prowl in the Bahamas. We saw sharks on every dive in the Bahamas last week. Fantastic!

by Stuart Spechler
A young diver (my granddaughter) couldn't be happier to be surrounded by sharks on Stuart Cove's shark dive in Nassau.

by Stuart Spechler
Close encounter in the Bahamas.

by Stuart Spechler
Young diver interacting with a large school of curious Atlantic blue tang. They suddenly surrounded our group for no apparent reason.
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