Anne Mittelstädt

Anne Mittelstädt

Anne Mittelstädt
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UNESCO World Heritage Site - Australia - The Great Barrier and the Coral Sea

UNESCO World Heritage Site - Australia - The Great Barrier and the Coral Sea

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coral, corals, coral reef, reef, coralli, barriera corallina, under the sea, abissi, abiss, colour, wonderful, mare, oceano, ocean, sea life,

coral, corals, coral reef, reef, coralli, barriera corallina, under the sea, abissi, abiss, colour, wonderful, mare, oceano, ocean, sea life,

Blue sea turtle in a coral tub! By Ken Thongpila

Blue sea turtle in a coral tub! By Ken Thongpila

Underwater by Senthil Kumar Damodaran  This is the photography taken in SEA Singapore. One of the largest Aquarium in the world. It is very difficult to shoot through the glass. Managed to get this picture better. I hope everyone likes it  Senthil Kumar Damodaran: Photos · Blog

Underwater by Senthil Kumar Damodaran This is the photography taken in SEA Singapore. One of the largest Aquarium in the world. It is very difficult to shoot through the glass. Managed to get this picture better. I hope everyone likes it Senthil Kumar Damodaran: Photos · Blog

✯ Gorgonian Sea Fan .. By Perry Aragon✯

✯ Gorgonian Sea Fan .. By Perry Aragon✯

Banda Sea .corals

Banda Sea .corals

so colorful even under the ocean's waters... I wonder if fish, turtles, sharks, etc see in color???

so colorful even under the ocean's waters... I wonder if fish, turtles, sharks, etc see in color???

A succulent plant like jewel-tipped coral: Sedum pachyphyllum

A succulent plant like jewel-tipped coral: Sedum pachyphyllum

Sea Fan Bonaire - Sea Fans anchor themselves in soft surfaces such as mud or sand, instead of attaching themselves to hard substrates like soft corals do. They are mostly nocturnal, extending their polyps to consume plankton only at night.

Sea Fan Bonaire - Sea Fans anchor themselves in soft surfaces such as mud or sand, instead of attaching themselves to hard substrates like soft corals do. They are mostly nocturnal, extending their polyps to consume plankton only at night.