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Freediving with this little eagle ray was pretty fun!
Juvenile form of surgeon fishes,Juvenile Bristletooth surgeonfish. Baa atoll . Dharavandhoo
Laguna di Hanufaru , manta feeding frenzly
Juvenile Bristletooth surgeonfish were swarming Maldivian reefs in the last weeks.
Eagle ray hunting over sandy bottom
Feeding frenzly, the mantas of the Hanifaru lagoon Baa atoll, for a unique show . Pictures take during snorkelling witu housing Seacam , photocamera Nikon D800E , lens 17/35mm Nikon
This was a nice postdive manta session. A dense patch of plankton outside of Hanifaru Bay attracted about 20 -30 mantas. Luckily I had a few bar left in my tank ;-)
I took this image with a Canon Powershot whilst freediving in the Maldives in February 2018. The waters surrounding this small island now host a huge population of stingrays and moray eels, because a tuna factory on the island discards tuna waste.
Tiger shark is an awesome creature. You can easily tell the difference between them. They have different lines on their bodies. This one has the most beautiful lines. Shot by Nikon Z7.
Posted this before as BW. Better in colour?
Shot by Nikon Z7 + 14-30mm, with Nauticam housing. Location is Fuvahmulah island Maldives. Tiger shark close.
tiger shark by Nikon z7
Watching this school of neon fusiliers being hunted by bluefin jack and dogtooth tunas was like watching NatGeo on TV, just better. To catch the movement I used a long shutter speed of 1/10th sec
Two Mantas
Chill out! There was so much action going on around this lazy green turtle: squadrons of bluefin jack attacking the carpet of glass fish , tunas looking for an easy meal, anthias buzzing.
More then friendly turtle. It already knew rule number one in underwater photography: get close!
Fusilier the moment the sea is very productive on our side of the atoll. phytoplankton-zooplankton-small fish-big fish.its cool to watch some hunting scenes and small bait balls.
Massive school of snapper up close
Let me scratch your port...
Not too shy octopus
All In a Line
Photo shot taken at sunset with nurse shark. Double exposure for a particular composition
Nurse sharks at sunset, they approach the reef in search of some waste fish thrown by fishermen. This is the right time to approach them by taking some special photographs
Nurse sharks at sunset, they approach the reef in search of some waste fish thrown by fishermen. This is the right time to approach them by taking some special photographs
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