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Friends and foes met in the shallow waters of Chia, Nora and Capo Malfatano, Sardegna, Italy. Click each picture to zoom in.
The sea slug Felimare picta
The jelly fish Pelagia noctiluca
The sea star Echinaster sepositus
The stingray Dasyatis pastinaca
The fried egg jelly fish Cotylorhiza tuberculata
The Mediterranean moray Muraena helena
Pictures shot with Olympus TG-1.
If you visit San Fruttuoso (in the middle of Portofino Natural park, close to Genova, Italy), take the opportunity for snorkelling a few hundred meters off the shores.
and reach the middle of San Fruttuoso bay, where cyan waters turn into dark blue.
Where you meet a yellow buoy, there give a look deep down to -12 meters
Surrounded by the same fishes sooner or later will reach your dinner table … here is the Christ of the Abyss!
with Nikon D800 with my Olympus Though TG-1, still though enough to survive my deep apnoea until – 5 meters 🙂 Click each picture to zoom.
Well, pressing the REC button of my Olympus Tough TG-1 and breathing from time to time was enough to get some nice shots. The iAUTO mode worked perfectly, except for some delay in coming out of macro mode. The microphone ticks quite often and the zoom noise covers every other sound.
Give a look to the rare (!) herring bunches, the (not) stingy jelly fish, the afraid-of-darkness octopus and the (almost) fighting crabs!