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The Robust Roman
By Peet J Van Eeden
posted (5 days ago)
10 votes

Night Moves
By Carrie A Dutchak
posted (4 days ago)
8 votes

The siphon of a giant sea clam
By Peet J Van Eeden
posted (4 days ago)
8 votes

redcoral
By Jun Ouyang
posted (6 days ago)
6 votes

Movement
By Salvatore Ianniello
posted (5 days ago)
5 votes

A touch of Blue

The Blue Spotted Klipfish
By Peet J Van Eeden
posted (3 days ago)
5 votes


By Susannah H. Snowden-Smith
posted (3 days ago)
5 votes

Heart Sky
By Alison Bounce
posted (2 days ago)
5 votes

Elevate

Manta Ray - Manta alfredi

Manta Point, Bali, Indonisia
By Stefan Follows
posted (5 days ago)
4 votes

dark-side
By Claude Lespagne
posted (5 days ago)
4 votes
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Hunchback Amphipods
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Bumphead Parrotfish by Caner Candemir
Bumphead Parrotfish
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Flabellina affinis
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Melibe colemani by Patrick Ess
Melibe colemani
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Flying Yasha Gobby
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Pink Nudi
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A very inquisitive little fellow.
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Sea horse in Little cayman by John Loving
Sea horse in Little cayman
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Pygmy seahorse by Sergej Christof
Pygmy seahorse
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Cocodrile with snorkel, Gardens of the Queen Cuba
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Double exposure
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Mating pair of Common spider crab (Maja brachydactyla) by Gary Carpenter
Mating pair of Common spider crab (Maja brachydactyla)
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"Eyebrows" from Pink Eye Goby. Alam Batu Housereef, Bali by Yustus Mananggung
"Eyebrows" from Pink Eye Goby. Alam Batu Housereef, Bali
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Toby with parasite, Kalimaya House Reef, Sumbawa
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Fireworm side portrait.
Nikon D850 + 105 micro + SMC 2.
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date posted posted: (2 days ago)
date posted category: Macro - Super macro
date posted location: Aegean Sea Turkey
date posted Book a Dive Trip to Turkey
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Parablennius zvonimiri.
TG5 + Inon micro fisheye+ Inon Z240+ Retra LSD.
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Hunchback Amphipod and friend
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Hunchback Amphipod and friend
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Hunchback Amphipod and friend
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Hunchback Amphipod and friend
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Heart Sky
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U89 WW1 Sub that which was rammed by the HMS Roxburgh ami... by Rene B. Andersen
U89 WW1 Sub that which was rammed by the HMS Roxburgh amidships and cut it in two.
It is now laying on 62m.
This is the bow where you can see the 4 torpedo tube and in the right side is one of the hydroplanes.
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Resting sea cow by Sergej Christof
Resting sea cow
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A fifteen spined stickleback is watching his eggs. by Rune Edvin Haldorsen
A fifteen spined stickleback is watching his eggs.
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date posted posted: (3 days ago)
date posted category: Macro - swimming
date posted location: North Sea Norway
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"Seltzer Reef" - Divers' bubbles stream past colorful sponges and coral hanging off Babylon dive site. The dive boat can be seen above the sponges.
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Softcoral Crab at Sangeang Volcano
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