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Underwater Photo Location: Tufi Wharf

Underwater Photo Location: Tufi Wharf

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Tufi's Wharf is a great place for macro and super macro photography. So many different critters to take images of that I dont know where to start. I can assure you that you will get images of all the most popular critters that you have come to this part of the world to see and capture with your camera

more imagess can be seen at website
Facts about Tufi Wharf
Dive types
dayboatshorewreckwall

Marine Life
bigsmallsharkswhalesdolphinsturtlescoral

Diving facilities
airhireinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Terry Moore
A beautiful Nudibranch, one of 55 different species I photographed in 14 days diving Tufi Dive Resort PNG

by Terry Moore
Anemone fish taken at Tufi Dive Resort PNG

by Terry Moore
Crocodile Fish at Tufi Dive Resort PNG

by Terry Moore
Percula Anenme fish watching over her eggs image taken at Tufi Dive Resort PNG

by Terry Moore
Crocodile Fish Eye, taken at Tufi Dive Resort PNG

by Terry Moore
Crocodile Fish head on, taken at Tufi Dive Resort

by Brian Kelley
Nikon d300 w/105 vr , f14 1/320 sec , Tufi PNG

by Brian Kelley
Natural Light in the Tufi Fjord! My strobe malfunctioned and I was stuck with using my 105mm which turned out to be good learning to improvise and see things differently.
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