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wide angle shots with no divers in frame
I like this one simply because everytime I look at it I get reminded of the beauty of the oceans and remember why I like diving. It was taken in only 5m depth and with my casio z85 with the internal flash on soft
Honeycomb moray
aquarium_Misool eco resort
4 bottlenose dolphins in Tiputa pass (Rangiroa). and no "cut"&"paste" extra characters for the sceptical ones ...
slip-sliding along..Sealife DC1000..
flying !
Napantau sanctuary, Phillipines, a lovely place to dive
Fusion smile
Green Sea Turtle under a ledge. Taken with Olympus Evolt E-300 with Inon Z240 strobe.
Sargent major swimming between coral heads.
anchovy run_Raja Ampat
Fly Turtle
It is not often that you find a Stonefish in an elevated position to take a photo of its face from below. This photo was taken on the Mnemba Reefs on the North Eastern side of Zanzibar.
Eagle Rays Cancun
Blue Fin King Fish hunting a huge school of Hardy Head Silverside, this was an absolutely mind blowing dive.
Barracuda sundance smile
I waited years to dive with a massive school of barracuda.....and when I finally got the opportunity...enjoyed every minute smile
Canon Ixus 100, Inon fisheye lens and MWB
Out in the open
Early morning at the house reef , taken with Canon G10
Which direction to choose ?
Normally the Reef octopus is well camouflaged between the coral. This one had no intention to play hide and seek. A few photographers had all the time to take some pictures.
Plain and Simple
Pterois volitans
be my valentine..Sealife DC1000...
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