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Underwater Photo Location: Anilao - Secret Bay

Underwater Photo Location: Anilao - Secret Bay

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It was taken using G11 with a macro wetlens.
Facts about Anilao - Secret Bay
  • It is in Philippines
  • Anilao - Secret Bay is in the South China Sea.
  • 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
nitrox

Photo facilities
macro

by Duncan Lee
It was a seahorse. Took it at a muck dive in Anilao Secret bay.

by Suzan Meldonian
Bobtail squidling...

by Suzan Meldonian
weird shrimp- anyone know what this is called?

by Suzan Meldonian
Skeleton Shrimp with babies on it.

by Suzan Meldonian
Dragon in the sea of egg, Pteraeolidia ianthina

by Suzan Meldonian
Mom takes the kids out for an ice cream...

by Suzan Meldonian
Flambouyant !

by Suzan Meldonian
..check it to the right.. half time! swimming flamboyant cuttlefish

by Mona Dienhart
Amazing

by Suzan Meldonian
Flamboyant Cuttlefish

by Mona Dienhart
ABSTRACT SHRIMP

by Tim Ho
Tiny Cuttlefish & mirror Canon S95 + handheld torch light + mirror. (No strobe, no flash, no photoshop, no lightroom). www.underwatercompact.com

by Marc Damant
Life on a Cucumber! It is amazing what you can find if you don't leave any rock un turned or cucumber as well.

by Marc Damant
Spiny Perfection. This seahorse was trying to hide behind the grass but didn't blend in well with the green colour!

by Marc Damant
Hold the next generation! A beautiful Mantis shrimp clutches her precious cargo!

by Paul Ng
size of 4mm. Never seen this Nudi before

by Taotao Yang
MANTIS SHRIMP

by Marylin Batt
Painted Frogfish, Anilao, Philippines

by Raffaele Livornese
Chromodoris elisabethina

by Rickard Zerpe
Squid swimming at night.

by Christophe Dufour
Colemani shrimp in a fire urchin

by Christophe Dufour
need a long time to have both of them in the right position

by Christophe Dufour
nudi on his way

by Christophe Dufour
red soft coral lost in the sea

by Raffaele Livornese
Boxer crab with pon pons and eggs

by Pietro Cremone
Sawblade shrimp

by Marcus Yee
Title: Natural Light When : Jan 2015 Where : Anilao Kit : Sony T-900, Sony Housing

by Gabriel De Leon Jr
"Inquisitive Pipe Fish"

by Taotao Yang
Twins

by Taotao Yang
Pikachu

by Taotao Yang
Nudibranchia with eggs

by Tanakit Suwanyangyaun
Grazing lamb Costasiella kuroshimae nudibranch on a tiny leaf Secret bay, Anilao, Philippines

by Wayne Jones
Yellow Goby's backlit bottle home. Canon 5Diii in Aquatica 2* S&S 250pro 100mmL with Aquatica +10 wet diopter

by Wayne Jones
"Porcelain Crab in Rose Garden" Stacked +10 and +5 wet diopters used in conjunction with snoot to create this photo.

by Sean Chinn
Cryptic Nudi looking pretty on a muck dive

by Ponnie J
Bumble bee's spot

by Tony Yang
Emperor Shrimp

by Marc Damant
A bright Jewel in the black! Normally a Camouflaged hunter the Ornate Ghost Pipefish is a Picasso painting of all angles and colors!

by Wayne Jones
Caprella sp. - Skeleton shrimp

by Wayne Jones
Eubranchus mandapamensis With eggs

by Wayne Jones
Opistognathus alleni Using 100mmL with 12mm and 25mm ext.tubes and Nauticam SMC(no crop)

by George Low
Pearl Granular Crab

by Marc Damant
" A Bad Hair Day " we found this Hairy Frogfish at about 40 ft and it allowed me to set up four strobes 2 behind it to give length and detail to all it projections and two in front to let us see its tiger stripes and face!

by Jinggong Zhang
double

by Frankie Rivera
First time seeing these tiny bananas!

by Raffaele Livornese
chromodoris close up

by Ipah Uid
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