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ruwe wratslak Doris ocelligera
By Eduard Bello
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Chevron Barracuda   Sphyraena qenie

Sail Rock  Thailand
By Stefan Follows
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Umbrella 2
By Jérome Mirande
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Red Strip Skeleton shrimp   Protella similis
By Oksana Maksymova
posted Tuesday, December 1, 2020
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Nudibranch   Pteraeolidia Ianthina
Padagbai  Bali  Indonesia
By Stefan Follows
posted Yesterday
Bruine plooislak goniodoris castanea
By Eduard Bello
posted Yesterday

Underwater Photo Location: Indigo Dive, St. Vincent

Underwater Photo Location: Indigo Dive, St. Vincent

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St. Vincent is the Critter Capital of the Caribbean, healthy reefs and amazing photo opportunities including wall, wreck, and cave diving.

Well worth the journey.
Facts about Indigo Dive, St. Vincent
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
smallturtlescoralshoals

Diving facilities
airinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macropfriendly

by Kay Wilson
Long Snout Sea Horse - Male

by Kay Wilson
St. Vincent, sunset, fisherman

by Kay Wilson
It's a big one!

by Kay Wilson
Just for the fun of it... young guys showing off to the girls in the sunset!

by Kay Wilson
Christmas Tree Worms - Seasons Greetings!

by Kay Wilson
Hotel Guests Only - Palm Island, the Grenadines, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

by Kay Wilson
Portuguese Man of War with Man of War Fish, Castle Bay, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

by Kay Wilson
Flamingo Tongue, Petit Byahaut, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

by Kay Wilson
Green Turtle, Indian Bay, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Sea and Sea DX1G / YS25 strobe

by Kay Wilson
Body Surfing - Mount Wynn Beach, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

by Kay Wilson
Christmas Tree Worm

by Kay Wilson
Under the Cruiseship Terminal

by Kay Wilson
Sunset at Buccament Bay, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

by Kay Wilson
Photographer under the cruise ship terminal

by Kay Wilson
Yellow head pike blenny, St. Vincent.

by Kay Wilson
Brotula - pair

by Kay Wilson
Lined sea horse

by Kay Wilson
Frog fish - mating pair

by Kay Wilson
Finger print cyphoma mating pair.

by Kay Wilson
West Indian Simnia. Smaller that a grain of rice. Sea and Sea DX1G with diopter / YS25 strobe.

by Kay Wilson
A photo shoot for St. Vincent Tourism Authority, 'The Pond' waterfall, St. Vincent.

by Kay Wilson
Not really swimming - Banded coral shrimp 'husk'

by Kay Wilson
Diver

by Kay Wilson
Japanese Gardens, St. Vincent.

by Kay Wilson
Peppermint Shrimp

by Kay Wilson
Yellow Head Jaw Fish with eggs. Sea and Sea DX1G / Stacked diopters / YS25 & YS100 strobes

by Kay Wilson
Diver under the pier

by Kay Wilson
Diver, under the pier. DX1G with wide angle lens, YS110a / YS25 strobe.

by Kay Wilson
Diver and soft coral

by Kay Wilson
Black coral shrimp. (If you look carefully it's actually a pair of Black Coral shrimps).

by Kay Wilson
Seaweed Blenny, Kingstown, St. Vincent.

by Kay Wilson
Whip Coral Shrimp, Kingstown, St. Vincent Sea and Sea DX1G with stacked diopters.

by Kay Wilson
Octopus hiding in a discarded paint can. Kingstown Indigo Dive, St. Vincent. www.indigodive.com

by Kay Wilson
Unidentified shrimp, Falls of Belaine, St. Vincent

by Kay Wilson
Octopus reaching for a whelk Mystery Reef, St. Vincent

by Kay Wilson
Unidentified nudibranch, approx size 10mm www.facebook.com/indigodive

by Kay Wilson
Falls of Belaine, St. Vincent. Only accessable by the sea, these falls drop straight from the crater of the La Soufriere volcano.

by Kay Wilson
Self portrait... manual settings... this took ages, and the folks watching thought that I'd gone mad!

by Kay Wilson
The beauty of a compact camera is that you can switch from macro to wide angle at the flick of a switch!

by Kay Wilson
Touching is not something that I would usually do, but this little crab was walking across the sand and almost impossible to see, let alone photograph! Sea and sea DX1G / 2 stacking diopters / YS110a strobe.

by Kay Wilson
The view from Jamesby in the Tobago Cays, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

by Kay Wilson
Tobago Cays, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

by Kay Wilson
Owia Salt Pond, St. Vincent.

by Kay Wilson
Black Point beach, windward coast, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

by Kay Wilson
Wallilabou Falls, St. Vincent.

by Kay Wilson
Soft coral abstract.

by Kay Wilson
Peppermint Shrimp. Sea and Sea DX1G with stacking diopters, YS110a strobe.

by Kay Wilson
Black Coral Shrimp, pair. Super tricky to photograph, these shrimp are approx 2mm in size, very rare, and usually 'ping' around the black coral fronds just as the shutter is about to capture them! Sea and sea DX1G compact camera, stacking diopters.

by Kay Wilson
Seaweed blenny, in yellow tube sponge. Sea and sea DX1G compact camera, wide angle wet lens, YS110a strobe.

by Kay Wilson
Tear Drop Crab, Sea and Sea DX1G, stacking diopters, YS110a strobe.

by Kay Wilson
Yellow Head Jaw Fish - mating display. This is the fist time that I had witnessed this behavior, these fish are very hard to photograph, fortunately they were more interested in displaying than what I was doing!

by Kay Wilson
Skeleton Shrimp. Very rare, and hard to see as they are so tiny. One of the more unusual critters that we see in St. Vincent.

by Kay Wilson
Green Moray, North Leeward coast of St. Vincent.

by Kay Wilson
Tobago Cays, shot from the window of the small plane that flys between St. Vincent and Union Island.

by Kay Wilson
Pike blenny, shot in the Tobago Cays Marine Park, right under the catamaran which was our dive base on a sail and dive trip of the 32 islands that make up St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

by Kay Wilson
Footprints on the beach, Tobago Cays, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

by Kay Wilson
Watching a boat race. Mount Wynne Beach, St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

by Kay Wilson
Snorkeler.

by Kay Wilson
Mud Crab hiding in Elks Horn Coral

by Kay Wilson
Black Spotted Eel, Sea and Sea DX1G / YS110a

by Kay Wilson
On the way back from the beach.... Nikon D40 / Sigma 10-20 wide angle, polarizing lens.

by Kay Wilson
Lady diver with soft corals. Sea and Sea DX1G / wide angle wet lens, YS110a strobe

by Kay Wilson
Fishing community funeral procession.

by Kay Wilson
Blue Lined Sea Hare, super macro, DX1G, stacking diopters, YS110a strobe

by Kay Wilson
Tobago Cays, vendor and yachties!

by Kay Wilson
Fun on the beach!

by Kay Wilson
Long Snout Sea Horse. Sea and Sea DX1G / YS110a strobe

by Kay Wilson
A pair of Striated Frog Fish Sea and Sea DX1G, wide angle wet lens, YS110a strobe.

by Kay Wilson
Gabriel and the seagulls. (Tobago Cays). Nikon D40, fill flash, Sigma 10-20 wide angle.

by Kay Wilson
Seagull in the Tobago Cays.

by Kay Wilson
Paying park fees in the Tobago Cays.

by Kay Wilson
Magnificent Urchin Sea and Sea DX1G / YS110a

by Kay Wilson
Long Lure Frog Fish Sea and Sea DX1G / YS100a

by Kay Wilson
Peppermint Shrimp, DX1G / YS100a , no cropping

by Kay Wilson
Baby Octopus. DX1G / YS100a w/ stacking diopters. No cropping

by Kay Wilson
Dive site 'The Steps' as seen from above.

by Kay Wilson
Long Lure Frogfish angling for a snack.

by Kay Wilson
Bride at the beach...

by Kay Wilson
Squat Urchin Shrimp (Sea and Sea DX1G / YS110a Strobe / Stacking diopters).

by Kay Wilson
Leech Head Sheild Slug and eggs. Sea and Sea DX1G / YS110a strobe

by Kay Wilson
Long Snout Sea Horse. Sea and Sea DX1G / YS110a

by Kay Wilson
An island dog takes a sandy siesta on Mayreau, Tobago Cays.

by Kay Wilson
Bequia, having fun!
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