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Octopus. Nikon D90, 60mm lens, two YS-120 strobes.
Nikon D90 with 60mm lens and flash two YS-120.
Sinking of the nineteenth century with steam propulsion system of wheels. Nikon D90, tokina 10-17 mm, strobes YS-120 and YS-110.
Eye of Octopus. Nikon D90, 60mm lens, two YS-120 strobes.
Blennio Maria da toca
Filming the school of fish. Nikon D90, Tokina 10-17mm Lens and two YS-120 strobes.
Blenio ( maria da toca )
Entering the house of the shark. Nikon D90, Tokina 10-17mm Lens and two YS-120 strobes.
Shark Wreck Servemar X. Recife-PE. Nikon D90, Tokina 10-17mm lens and strobes YS-110 YS-120.
Swimming together. Photo taken with Nikon D90 with 60mm lens and flash two YS-120.
We will go together!
Photo taken in the wreck Pirapama. Recife-PE.
off Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
Dasyatis americana
Pirapama's wreck. In Recife, Pernambuco.
Atlantic spadefish in Recife, Pernambuco.
Cleaning station
Servemar X, Recife-PE, Brasil.
Shoal of fish in the wreck Servemar, Recife, Brazil.
Explosion of life! Sinking Vapor Low, Recife, Brazil.
Leaving the hatch.
Shoal of Chaetodipterus faber sinking sailboat, Recife-PE, Brazil.
Eyeing the fish
Side by side with the shark. Photo made with compact sony w5, without accessory lens, plus two external flash (YS-110 and YS-120).
Green Turtle pose at Laje de Santos, Brazil
Walk in Itapagé
Shipwreck Itapagé located on the southern coast of Maceió-AL. Torpedoed during the Second World War by German submarine U-161. Date of sinking: 26 .09.1943.
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