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|Probably ia a Bispira volutacornis, a sort of water worm. It is an animal that lives in a mucus tube that became solid on the contact with water. The tube could be 15 cm long. It lives on the sand or on the rock. He lives leaking the water to find nutriment. It is present also at 70-100 metres under the water. I thake this shot on 20-22 metres.|
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Ciao Tommaso, bella composizione.
Mi piacciono molto le foto subacquee, campo in cui non mi sono ancora impegnato.
Buoni anche i colori.
- [2006-09-07 13:06]
Fantastic sharp under-water shot of this beautiful worm. I suppose you were very close. What kind of lighting did you use at 20 m? It looks very bright.
Nice feather duster its really bright for being 20m down
Lovely underwater shot, beautiful colours. TFS