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Diving Wakatobi : After some years of diving around Indonesia, we finally made it to Wakatobi. We have heard and read a lot and have been curious if the place can keep up with the high expectations. More details on our blog @ http://coloursworld.wordpress.com/2011/10/16/sagenumwobenes-wakatobi/

Diving Wakatobi

Livingcolours

After some years of diving around Indonesia, we finally made it to Wak ...

Updated: Nov 08, 2013 1:15am PST

Maldives 2013 : Underwater macro photos from Baa Atoll in the Maldives.

Maldives 2013

Aja Radlova

Underwater macro photos from Baa Atoll in the Maldives.

Updated: Nov 04, 2013 12:59pm PST

Lembeh Strait 2011 :

Lembeh Strait 2011

thomasgronning

Updated: Oct 30, 2013 4:37pm PST

Lembeh-2010_Fish : Most have been identified.  Several question marks still out there and a couple with no clue on identification.

Lembeh-2010_Fish

WetLens

Most have been identified. Several question marks still out there and ...

Updated: Oct 16, 2013 12:16pm PST

Philippines : Puerto Galera and Dumaguete.

Philippines

leighchapman

Puerto Galera and Dumaguete.

Updated: Oct 15, 2013 12:00pm PST

Bonaire Sea Life- May, 2013 : Underwater photos from Bari Reef, Klein Bonaire, The Aquarium and Salt Pier Dive sites in Bonaire.

Bonaire Sea Life- May, 2013

reeftraveler

Underwater photos from Bari Reef, Klein Bonaire, The Aquarium and Salt ...

Updated: Oct 10, 2013 4:10pm PST

Manta Rays of Kona, Hawaii : I have been photographing the Mantas of Kona for over 20 years. The mantas were the first large Pelagic animal I first encountered diving. The Mantas were the reason I took up underwater photography. Mantas are in the shark family and are the biggest of the rays. They have no stinger, are harmless, and are gentle plankton eaters. They scoop in large amounts of water through their gills and strain out the plankton for food. These photos were taken next to the Sheraton of Kona. You can see these magnificent creatures up close from the hotel due to the light they shine into the water attracting the plankton. Taking photos of Mantas, especially at night, is a very difficult proposition. There are a lot of technical and physical difficulties to get a well composed and exposed photograph.

Manta Rays of Kona, Hawaii

AquaVisions

I have been photographing the Mantas of Kona for over 20 years. The ma ...

Updated: Oct 08, 2013 8:48pm PST

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands : Diving the 6000 foot dropoff in Grand Cayman (max depth 80ft). These photos were shot using an Olympus Pen EPL-1, Olympus Pen housing, and Sea &amp; Sea YS-120 strobe.<br />
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*("Zarrella Designs" watermark not present on final print)*

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

Joseph Zarrella

Diving the 6000 foot dropoff in Grand Cayman (max depth 80ft). These p ...

Updated: Sep 11, 2013 9:48am PST

Komodo 2013 :

Komodo 2013

Sea-Visions

Updated: Sep 08, 2013 10:23am PST

Roatan, Honduras : Diving the island of Roatan in Honduras, off of the famous Anthony's Key Resort (max depth 85ft). These photos were shot using an Olympus Pen EPL-1, Olympus Pen housing, and Sea &amp; Sea YS-120 strobe.<br />
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*("Zarrella Designs" watermark not present on final print)*

Roatan, Honduras

Joseph Zarrella

Diving the island of Roatan in Honduras, off of the famous Anthony's K ...

Updated: Sep 05, 2013 7:50am PST