The Inhabitants Of Coral Reefs

These underwater photos are absolutely unique – in fact, it’s negatives. British photographer, 54-tnyaya Vittoria Amati, had transformed their photos with the help of computer software. These photos were taken at a depth of 30 meters in the waters of Bunaken Marine Park, the northern part of Sulawesi, Indonesia. They were sealed fish, corals and crabs.

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1. Mullet fish.

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2. In the photo: starfish (Gomophia watsoni)).

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3. Vittoria turned the negatives into all 45 of his photographs depicting the inhabitants of the underwater depths (in the photo – a fish-Cardinal).

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4. Vittoria said, “I accidentally made ??the film one of the pictures and I really liked it. These photos excite the imagination. I like the first time saw their own pictures. “(In the photo – sea anemone).

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5. “I first processed image with the help of special software, and then worked with the colors, layer by layer. The main thing – to ensure that the photo looked natural. If viewers are accustomed to the fact that coral red, then in my pictures they are gay. Unusual. “(The photos – fish Pseudomonacanthus macrurus).

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6. “When I first went to underwater photography, I did not immediately started to get decent photos,” says Vittoria. (In the photo – Echinothrix calamaris).

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7. Red coral and deep sea dweller.

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8. Most of the photos taken during the daytime, but some of them were made at night, because many marine species are under cover of darkness is much bolder and more active. (In the photo – the representative sameystva Nembrotha).

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9. “Scuba diving – it’s just amazing, the sea depths conceal extraordinary beauty.” (The photograph – coral grouper).

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10. “My goal – to show people how beautiful the underwater world and all its inhabitants, even the small and inconspicuous. The sea is not just a dwelling place of large fish and mammals such as whales, sharks or dolphins. The sea – this is above all an amazing variety of living organisms “(In the photo – sea urchins Diademasavignyi).

 

 

 

 

Revival Of The Phoenix

The archipelago of the Phoenix – a reflection of the ocean for a thousand years ago, and then what they will be a thousand years. And after the sharp reefs of the Archipelago obmelchaniya Phoenix bounce back. The first sign of recovery Reef – coral pink algae. They form the foundation on which new coral can grow.

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Amazing Underwater Zoo Creatures

Limbe Strait – underwater zoo amazing creatures about. Sulawesi, Indonesia (Lembeh Strait – Underwater critter zoo, Indonesia) For divers, Indonesia – a kind of a unique region. That greater number of resorts and safari vessels, routes and areas for diving in no region of the world, it is understandable, the largest archipelago, and even the tropics. Of course, the resorts on the islands off the west coast of Harlem in the very darkness of Papua little cockroach who knows, but the district Limbe Strait at the northern tip of Sulawesi is well known in diving circles. Underwater inhabitants of the slopes Limbe Strait especially for lovers of the underwater macro photography, as well as divers with a penchant to enjoy searching and examining of colorful detail, rather than something big and floating. Actually most of the area is covered by the definition of muck diving.

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Underwater inhabitants of the slopes Limbe Strait especially for lovers of the underwater macro photography, as well as divers with a penchant to enjoy searching and examining of colorful detail, rather than something big and floating. Actually most of the area is covered by the definition of muck diving.

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For a convincing exposure phrase was important expression, feeding, and of course, without a personal example will not do. The term caught on and it is believed that if you just dive on the reefs and are looking for Marco, it does not muck diving, but if you issleduesh dark, often muddy ground, with a heap of rubble and coral oppressed, then this is muck diving at its best. In the picture a classical representative of the maximum diving – hairy frog fish (Hairy frogfish or Antennarius striatus), are very noticeable because of its thread-like skin appendages. Usually masked by the day and hunt from ambush, in the eye it is a ray of dorsal fin, transformed into a kind of rod with bait on the end. Fish rhythmically waved to them and lure oscillates, resembling a worm that attracts fish to the mouth of small fish that it eats.

 

 

Scary Jaws

That’s an animal you don’t want to be next to! Look at its teeth! That’s funny though because the animal in question is kinda cute and doesn’t seem dangerous at first sight… … but only at first sight, because it’s a leopard seal! This species is the top predator on Antarctic and the second biggest creature of the continent. Leopard seals are potentially highly dangerous towards humans, but attacks are rarely reported. These photos are just great!

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Underwater With Paul Nicklen

This story is certainly much known, but it is worth it to write about it here. Photographer Paul Nicklen down with the camera under water, to remove one of the most fearsome predators of Antarctic sea-leopard. Paul was terrible – the leopard preys on warm-blooded vertebrates (penguins, seals) and can easily be broken into parts – professional but it still prevailed. It was a very large individuals. The female approached the photographer, has opened a mouth and put her jaws on his head. A moment later released and swam away. And then .. then brought him to the living penguins, firing order right in front of Paul. Then she caught another and again offered him. Since the photographer did not respond (only shot), the animal apparently decided that bad egg predator of the diver. Or weak and sick. So she began to catch him weakened penguins. Then killed, who could not swim away. It was bring them directly into the camera, thinking perhaps that it is through her feed Paul. Man of penguins have declined. Then the leopard broke one of them to pieces, showing how they must be controlled.In an interview, Paul admits that he has at the moment a tear. But he could do nothing because it is illegal to interact with animals in Antarctica. You can only watch. The result is a unique photography for National Geographic.

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