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Ambon scorpionfish in Anilao

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Natural frame
The corals and the diver seems to be easy picture for a shot. Not and this one, but finaly I made it
This is Tornado, a shore fired of my son. Guess why he name the shark like this:-) The picture is part of the first underwater photography attempts of my 10 years old son.
Bah Humbug!
Clown fish and trigger fish
Maldives .
Nikon D800E , macro wide , two strobo
Nurse shark in the sunset
Fish eye with Super dome
Nikon D800E
Anemone
The moment of the shot.
Nikon D800E , 10,5 mm fish eye
golden world
This composition in red was facinating to capture
Octopus and Anemone fish
sweetlips were easy to be cought. Don't ask about the diver behind, he was swept away by the curent:-)
It was a pleasure to have both subjects posing - the diver itself and the sweet lips
Whale shark.
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Manta feeding, night dive Maldives
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Batfish
Squadron
Manta
A magic moment a few years ago. This beauty appearing as a big shadow in the blue and slowly passing right by.
Maalhos Thila site full of soft corals at 20_24 meters
Humbugs in Motion
Man vs Wild / Shot from this years visit to Maldives. Dive sight is Alimatha resort Jetty. Nurse shark passing under our dive boat captured during our softly stop.
Little pipefish
Nice to meet you!
Picasso
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I was amazed by the marine life in the Maldives. The Morey Eel was the perfect model.
Clown fish hide and seek, with Nikon 1 camera and Nikon strobe
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