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Yves Kubli
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Enthusiastic Travel Photographer / Business Law Student
Enthusiastic Travel Photographer / Business Law Student

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If I'm not mistaken, then it should be a Thornback cowfish (Lactoria fornasini)

(Sony A99, Sigma 105mm Macro)
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A medium sized Marine Iguana, Galapagos 2016

Marine Iguana can be found only around the Galapagos Islands. The marine iguana has the unique ability among the lizards to forage in the sea and to dive over 15m deep (normally only 1.5-5m) for a few minutes up to half an hour - depending on the size of the Iguana.

(Sony A7rII in Nauticam housing with WWL1, no flash/strobes are used)
#marineiguana #galapagos #diving
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A huge Gorgonian Sea Fan in Komodo, Indonesia.

Maybe it is the red gorgonian sea fan, but I'm not so sure.
(Sony SLT-A99 with 16mm Fisheye in BS-Kinetics Dahna II)
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A Harlequin swimming crab (Lissocarcinus laevis) in Komodo, Indonesia. One of the few creatures I was able to identify :)

(Sony SLT-A99 in BS-Kinetics Dahna II)
zoom in to see the details ;)
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Good morning!

It was still in the morning when we came across this little (sleepy) Blenny.
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The little blue one

Somewhere around Alor, Indonesia
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Taken during a dive safari in Komodo, Indonesia (2014)
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Hello everyone! I'd like to introduce my self here on Google+ as I'm new to this community.

My name is Yves Kubli and I started diving at the age of 10, slightly more than 14 years ago. After almost 11 years of diving experience, I decided in 2014 to expand my passion for photography into the area of underwater photography. So it all started during my very first dive boat safari in Indonesia, when I took the heavy DSLR with me into the deep blue of the ocean. At this point I really wasn't sure anymore if I could manage such a huge camera underwater and had some doubts if the rent for the housing would pay off. However, it did pay off well I believe!

Nevertheless, I'm still an amateur with lots to learn and therefore, I would appreciate any kind of constructive criticism to my photos, which I will post in this community, starting with photos from 2014.
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