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Underwater Photo Location: Stingray Sandbar

Underwater Photo Location: Stingray Sandbar

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This is not actually a dive, it's a snorkel, and no fins or footwear are allowed at the sandbar. It's the most fun you can have in 4 feet of water!
Facts about Stingray Sandbar
  • It is in Cayman islands
  • Stingray Sandbar is in the Caribbean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 30+ Metres 100+ Feet.
Dive types
dayboat



Photo facilities
wideangle

by Ellen Rierson
This was taken at the Stingray Sandbar in Cayman, with natural light and my Tokina 10-17 FE.

by Nadya Kulagina
Curiosity killed the cat

by Nadya Kulagina
Flying

by Elaine White
Stingray at the Sandbar

by Ellen Cuylaerts
Shadow friends

by Lisa Kelly
Stingray in the Cayman Islands

by Ellen Cuylaerts
Two is better than one! So cheers to you and yours with a glass of bubbles or two! Happy 2014 to you all and happy shooting in the next fresh year!

by Ellen Cuylaerts
In between In between night & day, clouds & sun, air & water...

by Chase Darnell
The right place at the right time is all that can be said about this photo! "Sea Horse in the Sky" This animal was not harassed in anyway to achieve this shot!

by Ellen Cuylaerts
Good night! Sandbar at sunset!

by Ellen Cuylaerts
"Early night..."

by Jeffrey Richards
A stingray cruises through the breaking waves at Stingray Sandbar.

by Susannah H. Snowden-Smith
Racing Under The Waves

by Ellen Cuylaerts
Morning view

by Jim Catlin
Flying with rays

by Susannah H. Snowden-Smith
"This Is Why I Live Here!" A stingray is seen through the surface of a breaking wave, as the wave washes into my dome port.

by Tanya Houppermans
'We Are Family' - 7 southern stingrays glide over the sea floor off the coast of Grand Cayman

by Tanya Houppermans
'Southern Hospitality' - A southern stingray stops by for a quick hello in Grand Cayman

by Tanya Houppermans
'Surfing the Sandbar' - A southern stingray in the waters of Grand Cayman

by Tanya Houppermans
'Catching Some Rays' - Southern stingrays enjoying the warm, clear waters of Grand Cayman

by Tanya Houppermans
'Spectral' - A southern stingray on the sandbar off the coast of Grand Cayman

by Tanya Houppermans
'On The Lowdown' - Southern stingrays glide just over the sandbar off the coast of Grand Cayman

by Tanya Houppermans
'What Lies Beneath' - Southern stingrays in the shallow waters off the coast of Grand Cayman

by Tanya Houppermans
'Light Ray' - A southern stingray of Grand Cayman

by Jeffrey Richards
A stingray is bathed in sun beams under the boat at the Stingray Sandbar in Grand Cayman.

by Henley Spiers
This ray is worth $1.75 million.

by Tanya Houppermans
'Just The Two Of Us' - Southern stingrays gliding over the sea floor off the coast of Grand Cayman

by Susannah H. Snowden-Smith
"Psychedelic Stingray!" A stingray is made colorful with a lighting technique I am developing. Grand Cayman

by Chase Darnell
"Making the Rounds" Just on the edge of the sandbar where it starts getting deeper their seems to be a Stingray super highway. Making their rounds until the come up into the shallows again.

by Susannah H. Snowden-Smith
"Echo At Sunrise" - Sunrise sparkles and water drops echo each other and balance the frame as a stingray swims below the surface. I created this phtograph by shooting with a fisheye lens and purposely submerging my dome port only a little bit.
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