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Underwater Photo Location: Coconut Anilao

Underwater Photo Location: Coconut Anilao

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Critter haven. Frogfish, Flamboyants, Blennies, etc
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by Yagit Diver
tooth ache

by Marteyne Van Well
Two yellow pygmy gobies feverishly protecting their eggs. Taken with Canon EF 100mm lens

by Nadya Kulagina
not an easy model

by Nadya Kulagina
Home Sweet Home

by Marc Damant
What a Beard! On a dive in the Philippines we found an amazing pipefish and it held still long enough to get this Bokeh shot of the amazing mouth and beard! Shot with a Canon T2i with 100mm macro lens!

by Wayne Jones
"The 'Jungle' Home of Doto"

by Wayne Jones
Tozeuma armatum

by Wayne Jones
Phycocaris simulans

by Wayne Jones

by Wayne Jones
phycocaris simulans

by Wayne Jones
Cuthona sp

by Wayne Jones
Periclemenes soror

by Miguel Pereira
Couple of gobies inside a bottle.

by Marylin Batt
Mantis Shrimp with eggs. Anilao, Philippines.

by Yuping Chen
Aeolid Nudibranchs-Facelinidae/Anilao,Philippine/Canon 5D MarkIV, 100mm macro Lens

by Patricia Sinclair
Taken in Anilao, at the dive site called Coconuts. A yellow goby pair was very obvious on thee abandoned tube, so while going around the tube, we located the eggs they were so carefully guarding, eggs are about a day or two away from hatching.

by Patricia Sinclair
"Softly" Soft Coral Crab on his coral Since he was so pastel, as was his soft coral, I decided to shoot this with f/2.8
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