1. Caribbean Critters II - Wetter than Ever!


    from Len de Vries Added 145 8 0

    A compilation of the critters spotted during a couple of shore dives in super calm conditions during May 2014 on Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. Shot entirely on a GoPro Hero3+ with Backscatter filters and Backscatter Macromate Mini for macro. It includes a Hawksbill Turtle, a Grey Angelfish, a tiny High Hat (placed next to my wedding ring for scale), a Pipehorse, a Barracuda and lots more. Music: Elegant Background Music By: Akashic Records Acquired from: www.jamendo.com

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    • Creature Feature - Lighthouse Point & Cobalt Coast, Grand Cayman - April 2014


      from Len de Vries Added 40 2 0

      A few clips of the underwater creatures we discovered at Lighthouse Point & Cobalt Coast Dive Resort on Grand Cayman over 5 & 6 April 2014. It includes a rare glimpse of a decorator crab disguised as a piece of algae, a pipehorse, an octopus and an eagle ray to name but a few. Music: A Cats Life Performed by: Butterfly Tea Acquired from www.jamendo.com

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      • NAD-Lembeh Resort Housereef dive 06-DEC-2011


        from Simon Buxton Added

        Clips shot on 2 self guided housereef dives on the NAD-Lembeh Housereef. NAD is situated on the Lembeh Straits in a small private bay. http://www.nad-lembeh.com Video Shot using Sealux housing for Sony EX-1 and Light and Motion Sunray 2000 LED lights. Very closeup shots shot using 2 Century Achromatic Diopters and a port extension ring supplied by Sealux. Lembeh Seadragons / Pygmy Pipehorse are on one of our shipwrecks, as are the Pleurobranchs.

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        • Pipe Horse Curacao


          from Turtle & Ray Productions Added 262 1 0

          follow us on: http://www.facebook.com/turtleandray Two Pipe Horse having fun! Video by Rocio Jimenez for Turtle & Ray Productions www.turtleandray.com

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          • Pipehorse Grand Cayman


            from Frans De Backer Added

            Pipehorses combine the features of both a seahorse and pipefish, with a head angled slightly towards its trunk and an elongated body with a curly, grasping tail. A Pipehorse is able to camouflage very well and make a meal out of small crustaceans that feed on the algae. Pipehorses are found on soft bottoms near reefs or rubble in shallow to very deep waters, or amongst seagrasses. I've filmed these Pipehorses at Lighthouse Point, Grand Cayman. Canon 7D, Hugyfot housing, Canon 60mm macro, manual focus

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            • Suus Berger - Diving in Nuweiba 04/2011


              from Daniel Pikarski lense-flair.com Added 193 2 0

              Suus, our friend and videographer from Sharm El Sheikh visited us in April this year, in order to take some nice video footage for her Red Sea collection! See Suus' other work at www.eyeseawonders.com!

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