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found thsi almost transparent littel fish in the weeds at the end of a dive on Rooneys  Sodwana.  I initially thought it was a pipe fish but is was too small to see. Only when  processing the pictures  could I see that it was a small trumpetfish.
By Chris Pienaar
posted 15:10 CST Today (within the last hour)
This is coral close up made with a 60mm Nikon lens. Thank to the closeness the image has an artistic  landscapish  look.

Nikon D610  Nikkor 60mm f2.8
Hugyfot housing and two Sea Sea YS D2 strobes
By Marina Kudrya
posted 13:48 CST Today (2 hours ago)
 Koi carp in a dressing gown
By Kenny Schneider
posted 10:54 CST Today (5 hours ago)
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By Niky Šímová
posted 09:28 CST Today (6 hours ago)
The action heats up at Tiger Beach starting with the Lemon Sharks.
By Steven Anderson
posted 09:01 CST Today (6 hours ago)
The sun shines and brings the Lemon Sharks of Tiger Beach alive.
By Steven Anderson
posted 08:57 CST Today (7 hours ago)

Underwater Photo Location: Anilao Pier

Underwater Photo Location: Anilao Pier

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Night Dive, Max 10 meters, similar to Mabul, sandy portion
Facts about Anilao Pier
Dive types
dayboatshorenight

Marine Life
smallstinging

Diving facilities
air

Photo facilities
macro

by Jun Lao
bottled up

by Tony Cherbas
Coconut from a Jar

by Tony Cherbas
Ready to Pounce!

by Tony Cherbas
Living in a Glass House

by Tony Cherbas
Ghosts

by Padoy Fajermo
sleepy

by Yagit Diver
Bon Appétit

by Tony Cherbas
Mr Sandman

by Tony Cherbas
Octo-Walk

by Robert Pooley
Ornate Ghost Pipefish (3" in length) - Anilao City Pier night dive

by Nadya Kulagina
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by Ledean Paden
Night dive at "the pier" Anilao 1/250 sec; f/25; ISO 125 D800, Aquatica housing, 105 lens. 1 strobe, snoot

by Nadya Kulagina
Good-bye!

by Nadya Kulagina
The Emperor

by Wayne Jones
Hairy Frog fish portrait @ Anilao Pier

by Taotao Yang
fish dream

by Wayne Jones
"At Home Alone" Commensal anemone shrimp. Night dive Anilao Pier.
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