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Underwater Photo Location: Leap to Steps, Kurnell

Underwater Photo Location: Leap to Steps, Kurnell

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Facts about Leap to Steps, Kurnell
  • It is in Australia
  • Leap to Steps, Kurnell is in the Tasman Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
shore

Marine Life
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by Doug Anderson
Happy Valentine's Day! : )

by Doug Anderson
Nudibranch eggs, Kurnell

by Doug Anderson
Giant cuttle, Kurnell

by Doug Anderson
Old wives, Kurnell

by Doug Anderson
Red Cuttle, Kurnell

by Doug Anderson
Red Cuttle, Kurnell

by Doug Anderson
Weedy Sea Dragon, Kurnell

by Doug Anderson
Old Wives, Kurnell

by Doug Anderson
Giant Cuttle, Kurnell

by Ken Thongpila
Hexarbanchidae - Spanish Dancer, Dancing about 10 minutes at Third Reef, Malabar in Lord Howe Island, Australia

by Doug Anderson
Tunicates, Kurnell

by Alistair Merrifield
Blue dragon (Pteraeolidia ianthina); Kurnell, Sydney, Australia.

by Doug Anderson
Shirley and Mosaic Star. Kurnell, Botany Bay.

by Gaetano Gargiulo
creative experiment with a friendly weedy sea-draqon. Shot during a population survey...

by Gaetano Gargiulo
Diving in the sun... very murky water and few friendly dragons...

by Gaetano Gargiulo
green is the new black!!! I just enhanced the natural color of the water to obtain this green backdrop

by Gaetano Gargiulo
Minimal use of PS, I used 3 strobes to create the image. one strobe to the subject and 2 on the white sand

by Eduardo Arribada
Weedy!
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