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Underwater Photo Location: Cozumel Mexico

Underwater Photo Location: Cozumel Mexico

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1st time in Cozumel. Colors were fantastic. Wild life was minimal.
Facts about Cozumel Mexico
  • It is in Mexico
  • Cozumel Mexico is in the Gulf Of Mexico.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
night

Marine Life
smallturtlescoral

Diving facilities
air

Photo facilities
wideangle

by Tim Dimacchia
Night dive crab working it's way back to hiding.

by Nathan Cook
Sunset in Cozumel Mexico. Sigma telephoto 80-125mm Canon Rebel XD

by Alfonso Alcantara F.
Canon G10, Cozumel,Mexico-

by Francisco F Kyle
Nikon d90 f16 / 125 tow ion full

by Francisco F Kyle
Payaso del cico

by Oktay Calisir
Red Night Shrimp - Cozumel Island / Sony NEX 7 + 50mm f1.8 Lens, Electronic Macro Extension, +3 Dry Diopter.

by Oktay Calisir
Yellow Head Blenny - Sony NEX 7 with 50mm f1.8 + Extensions + Diopter.

by Stuart Spechler
On a great drift dive, this beautiful turtle didn't seem at all leary of divers. Just doing his thing in Cozumel.

by Brad Trostad
Two heads are better than one! Canon 5D2 with 17-70L @ 40mm, single strobe

by David Gilchrist
A beautiful Queen Angelfish in the waters of Cozumel,Mexico

by Gustavo Costa
Diving at a popular site in Cozumel, my buddy and I found this strange wreck on the sandy bottom that turn into a small coral reef. The current was strong so compose properly the image was quite a challenge.
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