Underwater Photos East of Flores: Seven Seas Liveaboard Dive Trip

Over the course of our ten day exploration of the islands east of Flores, we were doing three dives per day.

With so many opportunities to shoot underwater, I ended up with thousands of new shots from the different coral reefs and coral gardens we visited.

From macro shots of the seldom seen rhinopias, wide-angle shots of a beautiful hard coral wall that was absolutely alive with a confetti of orange anthias, to a deep red cuttlefish, to huge underwater panoramas of the reefscape - the first time I've ever attempted this technique while diving.

Check out the gallery below to see the photo highlights, or see the all the photo galleries from our East of Flores liveaboard dive trip - from scuba diving, to aerial photos, to freediving, to island culture, to portraits of the people who live in this amazing place. You can also see galleries from other Seven Seas liveaboard dive trips - my absolute favorite way to explore the awesome natural beauty and unique cultures of Indonesia.


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