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Snorkeling at Playa de los Muertos

Snorkeling at Playa de los Muertos

This beach is a paradise, the water is so clear.. Tried to shoot with Krab and LC-Wide ..this are the best shots out of 3 rolls. I´m very happy with the results!

jennson This photo was shot on film. Taken by jennson with a Lomo LC-Wide (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Lomography Color Negative 800 (35mm) film (available in our Online Shop) in Spain. These tags describe this photo: sea, water, underwater, crab, krab, diving, swimming, snorkeling, fish, colors, blue, deepwater, playa de los muertos, cabo de gata, jennson, wide, lc-wide, cn 800, c-41, cn, nature, vacation, holiday, dream, wonderland, paradise, and fun. Date: 2011-10. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the album Krab Adventures.

8 comments

  1. tetrahexadecabyte

    tetrahexadecabyte

    This is almost magical !

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  2. syira690

    syira690

    OMG yes, i'm agree with @tetrahexadecabyte this is 99% near to magical, underwater world. do you spot any mermaid, by the way? :p

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  3. songyy08064492004

    songyy08064492004

    BEAUTIFUL FISH

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  4. joyceyjoyce

    joyceyjoyce

    wow, amazing album!! wish i was THERE right now!!

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  5. syira690

    syira690

    still my favourite underwater picture ever.

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  6. stuckintraffic

    stuckintraffic

    Wow.

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  7. mariskaviska

    mariskaviska

    Perfect

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  8. karim_d_ghantous

    karim_d_ghantous

    Just about every shot in this album is amazing. That light is just extraordinary. This might be my favourite (or maybe not...). I love the grain of the film, too. I think this proves that wide-angles are absolutely necessary for underwater photography. ;-)

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