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Giant Morey Eel. As the name suggests, it is a large eel, reaching up to 3 m (9.8 ft) in length and 30 kg (66 lb) in weight.[2] Its serpentine in shape body has a brownish background color. While juveniles are tan in color with large black spots,
Jellyfish.
Nikon D800E ,17-35mm Nikon
Two strobo sea and sea 120Ys
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The Manta ray
Nikon D800E , 17-35mm Nikon
Two strobo
Maldives
The pink anemones
Nikon d800E , 17-35mm Nikon
Two strobo
Pineapple fish.
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A reef scene from Richelieu Rock, Surin islands.
Stone fish. One of our typical poisoned fish. Captured at 10 meter deep in Gapang Beach, house reef, Pulau Weh, Indonesia. With monster divers.
Razor fish dance.
The beauty of the synchro movement of this specie and his shape worth to me spend time trying to get a good shot, Natural light under 8 meters at Gapang Beach, house reef. Pulau Weh. Indonesia.
Lovely couple. Similan islands.
Gobie - Danny Van Belle
Unleashed
Zebra Shark (Stegostoma fasciatum)
Clownfish family in their anemone
Lionfish on the hunt
Goniobranchus geminus, also known as the Gem sea slug
Close up of Chromodoris geminus
Porcelain Crab
Just Married
ClosUp of a Banded Coral Shrimp (Stenopus hispidus).
Camera: Sony NEX7 Nauticam Housing SuperMacroConvertor f/11 ISO-100 1/125sec. Strobe: 2x Inon Z-240 compulsory.
Taken at Koh Dok Mai Thailand Ao Nang Krabi.
Date: 15.01.2016
Coral Goby taken at Phi Phi Islands Marine National Park.
Sun Coral - Sony NEX7 Nauticam Housing SuperMacroConvertor f/5.6 ISO-100 1/100sec. Strobe: 2xInon Z-240 fired
Giant Moray with 2 Cleaner Shrimps and a cleaner wrasse. Sony NEX7 Nauticam Housing 30mm Macro Lens f/3.5 ISO-200 1/100sec. Strobe: 2xInon Z-240 fired
Always better underwater
It shows a supermacro of a Skunk shrimp which is only about 2cm in length Sony Nex7 Nauticam Housing 2x inon z204 flash fired 30mm macro lens + Supermacro converter f1/3.5 Iso400 1/60 Manual whitebalance
In a good mood
playing with the sunset
A diver peaking over beautiful soft coral without knowing that an cuttle fish hiding under the coral.
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