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Honeycomb moray eel
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Most shallow hard corals have unfortunately suffered bleaching in Maldives. But once you descend a few meters the soft corals are super nice and coral cover gets much better.
long exposure, rear curtain flash gets a bit of movement into this school.
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Bigeye jack at sunset
Jackfish with dappled light before sunset
Bigeye jacks before sunset
Shot on purpose from the top down, to show the beauty of this green turtle's shell.
Oriental sweetlip getting cleaned by bicolour cleaner wrasse.
Soft coral and black coral bush
Hypselodoris
Porcupine pufferfish
coral window
Flamboyant cuttlefish
Under the Jetty
Seafan and nice light
Stingray at night.
Diver over a beautiful field of staghorn coral
Plastic pollution in our oceans is a serious problem for marine life and eventually for us. This was taken on a bad day in Indonesia when the wind and current brought all the trash in this bay where Manta rays come to feed.
Hanging out with Mr. Green (turtle)..
House on wheels
3 Mantas "chain feeding" at Hanifaru Bay
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Barrel rolling manta
Hanifaru Mantas
Mantas feasting on plankton at Hanifaru Bay.
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Froggy!
Christmas tree worm closeup
100% live hardcore cover on this divesite in Raja Ampat. With coral bleaching events getting more frequent,we shouldn't take this for granted.
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