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| New Zealand Tasman Sea|
saw this guy sitting in a crack had macro lens on so took a couple of shots of him,
taken with SEalife DC1200 and single strobe.
more info about Hahei Marine Reserve, New Zealand including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Italy Tyrrhenian Sea|
Wall dive m 35 rocks and sandy bottom
more info about Picchi di Caprera Caprera island including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Belize Gulf Of Mexico|
I took this picture in San Pedro Belize . This has the second largest reef in thre world. The visability was great about 100 ft. Water temp was 81 F. There was many corals sponges and lots of schools of fish. I use a Canon G11 camera with Canon Housing. I used a Fish Eye Wide Angle. I use one Strobe a Ikelite.
I set the camera with F stop of 6.3 ISO at 100 white balance automatic abd Shutter speed at 125
Thanks, for looking at my picture.
more info about Tuffe Dive Site including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| United Kingdom Irish Sea|
Easy, sheltered shore dive. Poor life during the day, much more life at night.
more info about Port Erin Bay, Isle of Man including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Netherlands Antilles Caribbean Sea|
Another great Klein Bonaire dive site
more info about Capt Don's Reef Klein Bonaire including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Australia Antarctic (Southern Ocean)|
Kangaroo Island - or KI - is Australia's third largest island is home to an incredible array of unique and magnificent animals and scenery! Well worth the expense of getting there - absolutely fantastic and in need of protection!!
more info about Kangaroo Island including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Tanzania Indian Ocean|
Great Diving ,very good vis ,warm water. Reefs have been damaged by local fishing but since declared a marine reserve area is recovery
more info about Mtemba Island including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Spain Atlantic (African coastal)|
Great little dive site off South East Coast of Tenerife
more info about Roncadores Del Faro including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Canada Pacific|
Very cool boulder spit that extends from south end of Island
more info about Idol Island including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Indonesia Bali Sea|
Diving with Tulamben Wreck Divers.
more info about Coral Gardens including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Italy Tyrrhenian Sea|
Canon EOS 350 d -sigms 50 mm macro lens-camera set on manual-2 ikelite's DS125 strobes-Ikelite housing.
more info about Punta Galera-Caprera including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Philippines Bohol Sea|
Callangaman Island is a picture postcard island around 2 hours boat ride from Malapscua. It offers wall diving with a variety of soft and hard corals with beautiful coral gardens at around 6-8m on the top of the ledge. Fish life is abundant and theres always a chance of some palegics in the blue.
more info about Callangaman Island including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Bahamas Atlantic (North American coastal)|
A great region from beginners to experienced divers.. great dives..blu holes, Sharks, Turtles, wrecks..
more info about Nassau including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Tonga Pacific|
Current fed sea mounts covered in gorgonians and soft corals and teeming with life.
more info about Fantasia including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Indonesia Celebes Sea|
There is an abundance of exotic diversity in the many dive sites off Bangka Island. Some are accessible by shore, while others are visited by resort dayboats and/or liveaboards. There are many great walls and pinnacles along the east and north-east, inhabited by both large and small fish. Exquisite hard table corals and a riot of colored soft corals can be found here too. In the east, tiny Pontohi Pygmy seahorses cling to vertical walls where they're challenging to find and photograph in the current. Also to the east are sandy muck dives boasting the Flamboyant Cuttlefish, always an iridescent treat. Many great macro dives are to the west, where a stunning variety of Nudibranches can be found. The tiny knobby pink Pygmy Seahorses, Hippocampus Barbiganti, cling to pink gorgonian sea fans, never failing to impress. All in all, the diving in Indonesia is spectacular, and the diving off Bangka Island did not disappoint in May-June 2010.
more info about Sahau including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Australia Tasman Sea|
A great muck dive situated close to the centre of Sydney. Seahorses, cuttlefish, nudibranchs, anglerfish, pipefish and more. Excellent night-dive.
more info about Chowder Bay including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Australia Tasman Sea|
Fantastic dive site, lots of Grey Nurse sharks and Australia's largest sea cave.......
more info about South West Rocks including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Papua New Guinea Coral Sea|
A newly-named dive site in a quasi-unexplored atoll of 22 uninhabited islands and islets. Located at the heart of the world's most diverse marine bioregion (the Coral Triangle), the Conflict Islands offer everything the enthusiast marine life lover could hope for: shallow lagoons with clear blue waters, plunging reef walls covered with life in all shapes, forms and colours, endemic species, breath-taking pelagic encounters including sharks, manta rays, schools of tuna, whales, orcas and dolphins.
more info about Picasso's Playground, Conflict Islands including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Puerto Rico Caribbean Sea|
There only a few ways to reach this site: by boat, walking & swining or with a 4X4 vehicle if you can get in touch with the right person who has the key for the gate of the old sugar mill. Average depth at this site is 40-75 feet.
more info about Old Sugar Mill Pier in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. including maps, reviews, and ratings...
| Philippines Sulu and Sulawesi Seas|
This is a great new dive site for whale sharks which is very accessible from Puerto Princesa, the provincial capital of Palawan. The whale sharks can be found there at any time of the year but their presence there is much less predictable than at Donsol. A great variety of feeding behaviour can be observed and they are often feeding in association with skipjack tuna and seabirds, which makes locating them very easy. The water visibility is generally excellent.
more info about Honda Bay including maps, reviews, and ratings...