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Nikon D750  Nikkor 105mm  ISO 200  f/22  1/125  Easydive Leo3 housing  2 Ikelite strobes.
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Underwater Photo Location: Secret Bay

Underwater Photo Location: Secret Bay

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Great place for a muck diver junkie!!!!!
Facts about Secret Bay
  • It is in Philippines
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
small

Diving facilities
nitroxguided

Photo facilities
macro

by Lin Dysinger
A friendly cuttle fish

by Marc Damant
Sometimes a algae growth means for better backgrounds as was the case with this hunting Flamboyant Cuttlefish. Taken with an 100mm macro in a Aquatica housing and Canon T2i.

by Kate Jonker
Under My Umbrella Hairy Shrimp at Secret Bay, Anilao, Batangas

by Kate Jonker
Goby Got The Blues Whipfan Goby, Secret Bay, Anilao

by Kate Jonker
Sit back and smell the roses Pygmy seahorse, Secet Bay, Anilao

by Glenn Ian Villanueva
This a photo of a flabellina nudibranch. This fella was facing the current when it suddenly intensified, he stood up to fight the current looking for a way to crawl-back to the ground. Taken in Anilao, Batangas, Philippines.

by Glenn Ian Villanueva
This is a photo of a nudibranch, Hypselodoris Kanga. Taken in Secret Bay dive site in Anilao, Philippines.

by Glenn Ian Villanueva
This is a photo of a nudibranch, Diversidoris Crocea. Taken in Secret Bay, Anilao, Philippines.

by Glenn Ian Villanueva
This is a photo of an ordinary chromodoris holding for dear life in the middle of an intense current sweeping through us. Taken in Secret Bay, Anilao, a very rich site with diverse macro-critters but where intense current is also frequently observed

by Glenn Ian Villanueva
This is a photo of a crinoid shrimp riding on this crinoid. Taken in Anilao, Philippines
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