Underwater Photos from the Maldives. Fishes: Small, Big and Very Big.

 

In the last post, you have seen the coral reef of Vilamendhoo—one of the Maldives islands. Today I’d like to show you our underwater photos and video of fishy world of the same island.

Underwater photos from the Maldives

Underwater photos from the Maldives

Underwater photos from the Maldives

Underwater photos from the Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

This fish don’t like you disturb her in lunch time. The fish’s attack on video.

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Sea Anemones.

The predator with poisonous tentacles, but not for these funny fishes 🙂

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Stingray.
Don’t approach! Danger for life!

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

Underwater photos from Maldives

More about the Maldives:

Probably, the Robinson Club Maldives will be Destroyed
Fly to the Maldives Whenever You Can
Shark breakfast. Vilamendhoo.

62 thoughts on “Underwater Photos from the Maldives. Fishes: Small, Big and Very Big.

  1. Beautiful photos – it was a bit choppy when we went, so we didn’t get any successful photos. It’s lovely to be reminded by looking at yours. Thank you

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  2. Your underwater pictures are stunning! I also took some underwater pictures when I were snorkeling in Cocoa Island and Gili Lankanfushi. But didn’t have a chance to meet the giant whale shark. And you are so brave to get so close with the Titan trigger fish. wow! Thanks for the sharing!

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  3. OMG!!! These are some of the most beautiful images I have ever seen. Seriously, they look like they are straight out of Nat Geo. The clarity and colors are phenomenal. I went back through your post three times. My favorite is the eighth image from the top. The fish looks like it has an expression. The star fish too. It looks like it is taking a nap, or just kicking back. A beautiful post, Victor.

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  4. Wonderful photos! What kind of camera did you use? O’ahu used to have a barrier reef, but with over population and pollution it’s no longer beautiful. It’s quite depressing, really.

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  5. Great photos. I have recently tried to get some shots while snorkeling and can appreciate your very good work and the effort it takes to get these shots. What camera set up are you using?

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      1. Haha well we recently did a night dive with 21 manta rays swooping over us that was out of this world. But I really really want to see a whale shark!!!

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