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Underwater Photo Location: Alor, Mikes' delight

Underwater Photo Location: Alor, Mikes' delight

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Alor is well known with its prestine coral and variety of sea creatures.
Mikes' delight is one of the best from Alor
Facts about Alor, Mikes' delight
  • It is in Indonesia
  • Alor, Mikes' delight is in the Flores Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 30+ Metres 100+ Feet.
Dive types
Liveaboarddayboatwalldrift

Marine Life
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by Muljadi Pinneng Sulungbudi
DELIGHTFUL This Halgerda okinawa I found in "Mikes' delight", one of the best spot in Alor.

by Martino Motti
Very small, about 1 cm, and rare shrimp Stegopontonia commensalis found in the middle of the thorns of a sea urchin in Alor Island

by Yves Antoniazzo
Much desired flabellina taken in Alor indonesia Fuji S5 pro/105 VR+UCL

by Yves Antoniazzo
My first enconter with a madarinfish during day time Alor island Fuji S5 pro/60mm

by Yves Antoniazzo
My first entry of a pigmy sea horse and it was so pregnant that I don't have enough DOF to have it all in focus Fuji S5/60mm

by Yves Antoniazzo
Almost ready to pop Fuji S5 pro/60mm

by Yves Antoniazzo
Just for the colours ....... Fuji S5 pro/105 VR

by Erika Antoniazzo
How often do you see that? Lucky I was there just on time to see this nudi crawl onto the face of this leaf fish, continue all the way along its back and then crawl off its tail.

by Erika Antoniazzo
Nice and comfy!

by Rudy Janssen
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