Travel Photography Photos tagged as underwater
A sea turtle up close and personal while scuba diving in Hawaii.
Shark juniors. Very little fishi - about 40cm, not more. Very cute! They hide under the coral, feeling safe
:-D Lovely animal!
One of my favorite animals underwater. I looooooove rays!!!
Big fan corals! Impressive
And this is THE ONE! Whale Shark!!! We were looking for him and he came!
Mr Stingray - harmless, and incredibly stylish! Only don't touch the tail!
Wo-wo-wooooo!!!!! Mantas!!! I loved to dive in Maldives!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Here is the Nirse Shark came for dinner. (Night Dive)
This sweet couple, that sitting on fan, they are stars. There are many kinds of sea-stars and they look quite different. Stars are not flowers, but animals. More then it they are predators. It's hard to believe but they know to run fast, and they never confuse between numerous long curve legs :-)
These stripped fishes, looking like prisoners, have a nice name. They called "sweet lips"
underwater shot of my wife swimming in koh Nangyuan sea
Here is a large coral reef formation I photographed from the boat.
There r plenty of churches in Italy and plenty of outstanding mosaics in Ravenna. So, why St. Francis? Allright, it's the earliest example in Italy of the decorative use of majolica. It is also very beautiful outside - u can see on other photos here . Plus it stuck between tomb of Dante Alighieri and to Cripta Rasponi (Palazzo dela Provinsia) - both are famose themselves. The significance of this church is that remaining mosaic floor of crypt (9-10C) is under water.
Here is Giant Moray Eel - actually only the head of Moray. Normally they hide themselves in the rocks, as their long and massive body is not safe at opened waters. Then it is siting with open mouth and hunting all that comes into (exceptof cleaners who enter and leave free). Moray has poor eyesight but an excellent sense of smell. They can reach up to 3m, then they get so huge that already doesnt have anemies. I have seen few times huge morays free swimming. Quite amazing thing, i have to say.
"Salem Express", sadly known as Egyptian Titanic