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Underwater Photo Location: Cabo Afonso, Arrábida

Underwater Photo Location: Cabo Afonso, Arrábida

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This spot is located in the Total Protection Area of the Prof. Luiz Saldanha Marine Park (included in the Arrábida Natural Park). Any human activity is prohibited in the spot, diving included. However, special licenses are given for scientific purposes.
The area serves as a nursery for several species of fish which can be found in the Marine Park.
Facts about Cabo Afonso, Arrábida
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
smallshoalsstinging

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairs

Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Joao Pedro Tojal Loia Soares Silva
A Tripterygion delaisi territorial male. This shot was taken in the Total Protection Area of the Arrabida Natural Park during the commemoration of the Intl. Biodiversity Day (May 22nd). EOS 350D, Ikelite housing, Canon 100mm macro, 2 SB-105 strobes

by Joao Pedro Tojal Loia Soares Silva
Janolus cristatus shot using Canon EOS 350D in Ikelite housing, Canon 100mm macro and two Nikonos SB-105 strobes.

by Joao Pedro Tojal Loia Soares Silva
Female Tripterygion delaisi shot using Canon EOS 350D in Ikelite housing, Canon 100mm macro, two Nikonos SB-105 strobes.
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