Contest entries
Reflections of life ..
When you are your own enemy
Yellow Longlure frogfish
By Magali Marquez
posted (3 days ago)
Great White Shark Cage Diving with Calypso Star Charters Hopkins Island SA Dec 2020
By Debra Cahill
posted (5 days ago)
Juvenile octopus 
Bonfire Aguadilla Puerto Rico
By Magali Marquez
posted (6 days ago)
Morena in Cala Margerida  Palamos   Spain . ISO200  f/11 1/500
By Pablo Gutierrez
posted (6 days ago)
tiger grouper in a cleaning station. nikon D800  nikon lens 105mm  two ikelite subtrobe DS125  aquatica housing.
By Noel Lopez
posted (last week)
red mangrobe canon 60D  tokina 10 17mm at 10mm  two ikelite subtrobe DS125  seacam housing.
By Noel Lopez
posted (last week)

Underwater Photo Location: evolution, malapasqua

Underwater Photo Location: evolution, malapasqua

How Hot is this Dive Site? click a star to rate it
sandy area
Facts about evolution, malapasqua
  • It is in Philippines
  • evolution, malapasqua is in the Philippine Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
dayboatnight

Marine Life
small

Diving facilities
airnitrox

Photo facilities
macro

by Jonathan Sala
stargazer

by Jonathan Sala
Box in B&W

by Andrew Green
Blueringed Octopus in full flow. A master of deception and hydrodynamics.

by Andrew Green
Giant nudibranch, Evolution Reef, Malascua

by Jonathan Sala
climbing emperor <3

by Andrew Green
Recognise me? Hairy Frogfish on Evo Reef, Malapscua.

by Jonathan Sala
Hairy Octopus

by Jonathan Sala
Mirror?

by Jonathan Sala
Nemo & Son's

by Jonathan Sala
particular, Hairy Frogfish

by Jonathan Sala
cuttelfish

by Elly Jeurissen
Vomer Conch (Strombus vomer) @ Malapascua, Philippines 2014 Canon G12 in Canon WP-DC34 UW-housing, Subsee +10 macro lens, single strobe Sea&Sea YS-01. F8; 1/250 sec.; ISO 80

by Jan Morton
Nudibranch from Night Dive on Malapascua

by Jan Morton
Twins - Lefty has a Cleft Lip Malapascua
add a dive siteShare your knowledge...

Add your favorite dive site to our database


Really Simple Syndication