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Nudibranchs - Anilao Batangas Philippines

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A few Nudibranchs from the Weekend

 

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Jeffrey,

 

Some stunning nudies, and that second one is just brilliant.

 

Which lens are you shooting these with?

 

Regards

 

Nigel

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World Class Jeff, :) Thanks for sharing. What is the surface that the 2nd one is on?

Steve

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Fantastic Jeff :) Love your work!

 

Hope your recovery is going well.

 

Cheers,

Jim.

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Wobby,

 

I am using a Canon 100mm macro, +4 closeup, Woody Diopter,

 

Steve,

 

Lots of rubble and debris in the area we went to, I think it was a piece of wood or perhaps bamboo.

 

Jim,

 

Feeling a lot better today - that incident with the box jelly really freaked me out. Thank you for the link to the facial mask. I am going to check if it is available here in the Philippines.

 

 

Thank you so much for your kind and generous comments. I really appreciate it a lot.

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You should move down here to dive Jeff, you won't have to worry about box jellies here

 

the Great Whites scare them away :monkey: You'll just have to visit & see for yourself!

 

 

Cheers,

Jim :)

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You should move down here to dive Jeff, you won't have to worry about box jellies here

 

the Great Whites scare them away :P You'll just have to visit & see for yourself!

 

 

Cheers,

Jim :)

 

Cal was already asking me if he could have my D300 if I die, right after I told him what happen to me.

 

And you want to feed me to the Great Whites :lol: It must be wonderful and scary living in a continent with the world most deadliest creatures. :monkey:

 

But I will visit next year, I just have to decide if I want a Weedy or Leafy. Which kind do you have in your area?

 

Cheers

Jeff

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