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Underwater Photo Location: Isle Mujeres, Mexico open water

Underwater Photo Location: Isle Mujeres, Mexico open water

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Truly a spectacle, we saw hundreds of Whalesharks and Mantas here.
Facts about Isle Mujeres, Mexico open water
  • It is in Mexico
  • Isle Mujeres, Mexico open water is in the Caribbean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.

by Steven Miller
Whaleshark aggregation of Isle Mujeres. No strobes or Scuba allowed, -natural light with a 10mm lens here.

by Martin Ferak

by Martin Ferak
The Shepherd

by Steven Miller
Natural light Whaleshark feeding

by Steven Miller
Manta Ray close with fisheye and natural light

by Steven Miller
Shoot and run

by Ellen Cuylaerts
La botella

by Lauren Berger
"The Train" I saw that this beautiful Whale shark had a bite out of it's pectoral fin, and I had to capture the shot!

by Ellen Cuylaerts
Great encounters this year in Isla Mujeres, less animals but a good connection.

by Ken Kiefer
My wife swims next to a Whale Shark in Isla Mujeres. This particular one has a large gouge one it's back that appears to be from a propeller, but has healed nicely.

by Steven Miller
Isle Mujeres

by Steven Miller
Shoot and run, composite fun.

by Daniel Waldman
Lion Fish
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