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Diving with Max Bottomtime and Kevin Lee at the Landing Craft off Malaga Cove. Lots of cabezon and a very large Pacific Torpedo Ray. 02:07

Landing Craft LCM3
United States of America

Munir (Colona Divers) had already seen that beauty his latest 2 safety stops on that dive site...

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Diving Sharm El Sheik area, Egypt working as a video operator for www.video-bubbles.com 
Filmed with Sony HC46 in an Ikelite housing, wide angle, red filter, no artificial light.

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Tower
Egypt

Stingray Ballet, Video by Stephen Frink with a Canon 5DMKII and 14mm II lens, SEACAM housing, available light. 
Model - Lauren Hill, Cayman Aggressor IV 02:54

Stingray City
Cayman Islands


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    [ Photo ] Les Rosiers France, Mediterranean, La Ciotat.
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    [ Photo ] Weetamoo Wreck USA, New Hampshire. Pilot house of the wheetamoo
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    [ Video ] Erlichsee Germany, Baden-Wuerttemberg .
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    [ Video ] Sufa Wreck Israel, Red Sea Eilat Guided dive on the INS Storm. 27m max depth. Camera: Go Pro H2. Guided dive on the INS Storm. 27m max depth. Camera: Go Pro H2
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    [ Photo ] Bass Point Australia, NSW, Shellharbour. Colourful reef found at The Gutter
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    [ Photo ] Bass Point Australia, NSW, Shellharbour. One of the many Sydney Pygmy Pipehorses to be found
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    [ Dive site ] Bass Point Australia, NSW, Shellharbour
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    [ Photo ] Blue Hole USA, New Mexico.
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    [ Photo ] Blue Hole USA, New Mexico.
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    [ Photo ] Blue Hole USA, New Mexico.
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    [ Photo ] Nuhi Nuhi French Polynesia, Tuamotu, Rangiroa. lyle at the rangiroa lagoon cage
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    [ Photo ] Fox Point Anglican Church Canada, Nova Scotia. Exploring down the boulder slope
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    [ Photo ] Fox Point Anglican Church Canada, Nova Scotia. Rich marine life in the shallows
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    [ Photo ] Fox Point Anglican Church Canada, Nova Scotia. Kelps are common and sandy areas out in the 8-10m depth range
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    [ Photo ] Prospect - Indian Pt Rd Cove Canada, Nova Scotia. A sot flying down the middle of the little cove in the shallows in 3-4m of water
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    [ Photo ] Prospect - Indian Pt Rd Cove Canada, Nova Scotia. Knotted Wrack seaweed is common in the shallows on the cove's flanks
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    [ Photo ] Prospect - Indian Pt Rd Cove Canada, Nova Scotia. Entry is off the shoreline with some nice boulders to lay gear on
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    [ Dive site ] Prospect - Indian Pt Rd Cove Canada, Nova Scotia
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    [ Photo ] Azul House Reef Madeira, Madeira.

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