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Yellow Gobyfish looking at the stars 
Nikon D7200 
Sea Sea YS D2 with Retra snoot 
Tamron 90mm 
F16.0 1/320 ISO100
By Magali Marquez
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Nudibranch   Tambja sp.

Bali  Indonesia
By Stefan Follows
posted Saturday, July 11, 2020
Redhead Stylophora Goby  Paragobiodon echinocephalus
By Oksana Maksymova
posted Saturday, July 11, 2020
Watching the dawn of a new day
Clownfish with Retra snoot 
Nikon D7200 
Retra snoot 
Sea Sea YS D2 
Tamron 90mm 
F/20 1/250 ISO100
By Magali Marquez
posted (2 days ago)
Time for love
 Mandarin fish mate every day at sunset
By Michal Štros
posted (2 days ago)
Molly Miller Blenny  Scartella cristata  Jupiter  Florida
By Pauline Walsh Jacobson
posted (2 days ago)

Underwater Photo Location: Reefs

Underwater Photo Location: Reefs

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Pinnacle (or Guasa) the 'not for
sissies' dive. Lots of surge and current and struggling down a rope to the
top of the pinnacle. It was very poor—but we still managed to see everything
you can think of up close: huge, varied species of parrot fish, more octopus,
drums, eels, scorpion fish, interesting corals, and more reef fish that you
could imagine. With the current, we could only imagine what lay out of our line
of vision!

Los Gatos brought us huge nurse sharks, morays, fighting (with each
other!) scorpion fish and the biggest scrawled filefish any of us had ever seen.

Green Paradise (and it was). 1st and Los Cuchos ('Eagle
Rays' and there were!) (2nd) Good vis and all the Eagle Rays you could
count—not to mention a few bull sharks swimming back and forth below. Huge
green morays (some of the biggest we’ve seen since Cozumel 10 years ago!) were
on every dive many times more than one sighting and also out free swimming!

Mini Wall, New Wall, Ledges Turtles, African Pompano, queen angels
everywhere, soap fish, huge southern rays. Wicked, flying current at Ledges but
big nurse sharks hidden everywhere in the ledges, big porcupine fish, and
biggest cowfish we have ever seen. Beautiful forests of corals and so many
schools we called it the 'Fish Freeway'.

El Avion and La Cocina . Visibility dubbed La Cocina the
'Where Were You?' dive. Almost all of us rolled off and never saw our
own buddy until the end of the dive. We buddied up with whomever we could find
and all made the dive. Again, "clouds" of every size wrasse and other
fish. The last dive was called the "Sergeant Major dive"-they were

Facts about Reefs
  • It is in Venezuela
  • Reefs is in the Caribbean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 0-3 Metres 0-10 Feet.
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by William Racz
Taken during a trip in Curacao.
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