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Underwater Photo Location: Medio Reef

Underwater Photo Location: Medio Reef

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Great reef with plenty of colors and life.
Facts about Medio Reef
  • It is in Bahamas
  • Medio Reef is in the Caribbean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types

Marine Life

Diving facilities

Photo facilities

by Kay Burn Lim
Smiling Remoras! Nikon D300, Sea & Sea Housing, Sigma 18-50 F2.8 Macro HSM

by Kay Burn Lim
This barracuda was 4ft long and the picture was taken just 2 ft away from it! 10.5mm fisheye lens.

by Kay Burn Lim
Social Feather Dusters. Nikon D300, 60mm Macro, Woody's Diopter

by Kay Burn Lim
I waited a full 10 mins for it to open it's mouth. Cheeky bugger just kept it's face to the side and was defiant. D300, 60mm Macro.

by Kay Burn Lim
Photographer, buddy and reef, D300, 10.5mm Fisheye

by Kay Burn Lim
Arrow Crab. D300, 105mm VR Macro, Inon 165 Wet Diopter

by Kay Burn Lim
Christmas all year round! D300, 60mm Macro + Woody's Diopter

by Kay Burn Lim
Another picture of the friendly remoras I met while diving with the Nekton Pilot. They loved posing for me... D300, Sigma 18-50 F2.8 Macro HSM

by Kevin Bryant
Pillow Pants? Night dive in the Bahamas. We had watched Clerks II one night on the liveaboard that trip. . .

by Kevin Bryant
If I ever run across these guys again, I'll try turning the strobes off. . .

by Kevin Bryant
I hear they like divers' bubbles.
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