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Underwater Photo Location: S. Miguel - Azores

Underwater Photo Location: S. Miguel - Azores

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Facts about S. Miguel - Azores
Dive types
dayboatshorewreckwallnight

Marine Life
bigsharkswhalesdolphins

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairsinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideangleprocessingfilmpfriendlyrepairsinstruction

by Nuno Perez
This is an Hermodice carunculata. Taken in ( S.Miguel - Azores ), with Nikon D100 in Aquatica housing

by Alberto Romeo
Videomaker in "Doria" wreck in Azores Islands. In 1980's I and my team explored some wreks in Azores Island, in tthe middle of Atlantc Sea, one of this was the " Doria". It is not the famous "Andrea Doria" sunken in Nantuket near New York.

by Alberto Romeo
Videomaker in "Doria" wreck. In 1980's I and my team explored some wreks in Azores Island, in the middle of Atlantc Sea, one of this was the " Doria". It is not the famous "Andrea Doria" sunken in Nantuket near New York.

by Patrick Neumann
Blueshark Portrait @ Azores, Portugal

by Wijnand Plekker
Jellyfish at San Miguel, Azores

by David Gilchrist
A rainbow Wrasse swimming in the waters of an small isle formed from the rim of a volcano.

by David Gilchrist
A reluctant model. This Juvenile Dusky Grouper was hiding under a rock and I had to hold camera in place, under the rock, to obtain this portrait
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