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Underwater Photo Location: Brady's Corner, Aorangi Island, Poor Knights

Underwater Photo Location: Brady's Corner, Aorangi Island, Poor Knights

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The boat moored close to an underwater pinnacle rock. We passed over this to the island wall. The wall curves like an arc back to the boat and we dived along the wall which was covered in a kelp. Our max depth was about 17m. Sea Temp 19c (Jan 2008)

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Marine life observed: Nudibranchs, Triplefins & Kelpfish
Facts about Brady's Corner, Aorangi Island, Poor Knights
  • It is in New Zealand
  • Brady's Corner, Aorangi Island, Poor Knights is in the Pacific.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
dayboatwall

Marine Life
smallkelpshoals


Photo facilities
macro

by Brian Mayes
Full Frontal NUDIty. Tambja verconis head on full frame. <><><><>Canon G9, Inon UCL-165, Poor Knights, New Zealand

by Brian Mayes
Verco's Tambja (Tambja verconis) with it's electric blue colouring. <><><><>Canon G9

by Brian Mayes
Portrait of a Spectacled Triplefin (Ruanoho whero) perched on his fins. <><><><>Canon G9, Inon UCL-165 macro lens

by Brian Mayes
Blue green monster from the deep, aka. Verco's Tambja (Tambja verconis). <><><><>Canon G9, Inon UCL-165 macro lens

by Brian Mayes
A smiling (well sort of ) Scaly-headed Triplefin (Karalepis stewarti). <><><><>Canon G9, Inon UCL-165 macro lens

by Brian Mayes
Tambja nudibranch from Poor Knights. <><><> Canon G9, Inon UCL-165

by Beat J Korner
Stingrays congregate around New Zealand's Poor Knights Islands every March for mating, also attracting lots of orcas which feed on rays. This 6' sting ray just dozed in a gravel 'bed' before I accidently woke it up.
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