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Posted this before as BW. Better in colour
By Joerg Blessing
posted 09:42 CST Today (within the last hour)
a moray that moves out of the den in the deep water near Casteldaccia  Sicily
By Antonio Venturelli
posted 06:06 CST Today (3 hours ago)
diving basket star photo
By Antonio Venturelli
posted 03:44 CST Today (6 hours ago)
Shot by Nikon Z7   14 30mm  with Nauticam housing. Location is Fuvahmulah island Maldives. Tiger shark close.
By Qunyi Zhang
posted Friday, August 23, 2019
Whale Shark Feeding  Isla Contoy M xico
By Alejandro Topete
posted Friday, August 23, 2019
A black tip reef shark  in the crystal clear waters in Ant atoll  Pohnpei   Micronesia.
By Shamma Amro
posted Friday, August 23, 2019

Underwater Photo Location: Julian Rocks, Byron Bay NSW

Underwater Photo Location: Julian Rocks, Byron Bay NSW

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Julian Rocks, Byron Bay NSW
Facts about Julian Rocks, Byron Bay NSW




by Christine Hamilton
Julian Rocks, Byron Bay. It is not uncommon to dive with Mantas during the warm summer months, and this season has been exceptional

by Christine Hamilton
Shooting Mantas

by Christine Hamilton
Fire Urchin

by Christine Hamilton
3 Wobbegongs

by Christine Hamilton
Portrait

by Christine Hamilton
3 Goatfish

by Christine Hamilton
Surrounded by Fish

by Christine Hamilton
Upside Down!

by Christine Hamilton
Boxfish

by Mark Gray
Eagle Ray up close and personal

by Mark Gray
Leopard Shark Sunburst

by Jim Dodd
Taken using Nikon Coolpix 8400 in Ikelite housing and single Ikelite DS 125 strobe at Julian Rocks, Byron Bay

by Christine Hamilton
Swim to the Sun

by Mark Gray
"Out of the blue"

by Christine Hamilton
Mr & Mrs Moray

by Mark Gray
"Black spots"..

by Christine Hamilton
Ying & Yang

by Christine Hamilton
Jacks

by Christine Hamilton
Hanging Upside Down

by Christine Hamilton
Underwater Flower

by Christine Hamilton
Lionfish

by Christine Hamilton
Dancers Collage

by Christine Hamilton
Jacks

by Christine Hamilton
Abbott's Moray

by Christine Hamilton
Flying

by Christine Hamilton
"Who? Me?"

by Christine Hamilton
Sad Eyes

by Brian Pool
Mantis shrimp ready to take me on!

by Christine Hamilton
Solitary Grey Nurse Shark

by Brian Pool
Colour and Motion symmetry

by Christine Hamilton
Jelly Shelter A Jellyfish has been half eaten by a turtle. It is still alive, however, and providing a safe haven for tiny fish

by Christine Hamilton
Sharp Teeth

by Brian Pool
Natural Flow

by Mark Gray
Grey Nurse Shark and friends. Taken at Julian Rocks, Byron Bay, Australia

by Mark Gray
Grey Nurse Shark with Stainless long line hook

by Mark Gray
Seahorse

by Mark Gray
Scribbled Doriopsilla (Doriopsilla miniata) and friend Julian Rocks, Byron Bay, Australia Nikon D7000 Nikkor 60mm with Kenko 1.4x TC Ikelite DS161 ISO 100, f22, 1/320th

by Mark Gray
"Selfie" with Grey Nurse

by Brian Pool
Luminescent nudi laying eggs (i think?)

by Brian Pool
'pompom' nudis that I've never seen before, creating more little "pompoms" so everyone may see more in the future!

by Brian Pool
Beautiful alien out and about at Julian Rocks, Byron Bay

by David Haintz
Take at Julian Rocks, Byron Bay. www.aquadreaming.com.au

by Mark Gray
"Jaws Theme" Grey Nurse Shark

by Mark Gray
Manta black and white

by Mark Gray
Uncropped 10.5mm Fisheye

by Mark Gray
Leopard Shark (aka Zebra Shark) sunburst

by Mark Gray
Loggerhead Turtle Sequence 15 shots into 1

by Mark Gray
Leopard Sharks in the Sun

by Mark Gray
Green Turtle Sunburst

by Mark Gray
Leopard Shark at Julian Rocks, Byron Bay Australia

by Mark Gray
Leopard in snell's window

by Mark Gray
Loggerhead Biting the Dome

by Mark Gray
Green Turtle eating a jellyfish

by Mark Gray
Manta Ray sunburst

by Mark Gray
Loggerhead Turtle returning to the surface

by Mark Gray
Loggerhead Turtle

by Mark Gray
Green Turtle eating Jellyfish Sunburst

by Mark Gray
Leopard Shark Tail

by Mark Gray
Humpback breeching

by Mark Gray
GNS with baitfish

by Mark Gray
Leopard Shark Black and white sunburst

by Mark Gray
Leopard Shark from above

by Mark Gray
Green Turtle feeding on jellyfish

by Mark Gray
Green Turtle returning to surface
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