Remains of an amphora
A 3000 year old stone anchor
The arch behind Manijin Island
The ones that puff themselves up to baloons when threatened, through filling their bellies with water.
Found on the sand patch in front of Manijin island.
A common animal at many of the dive sites here.
The Amphitheatre dive site has a lot to offer. Only at our 6th dive here we were able to find the last of them: "the Stage", an arch or open cave swim through known for the way light enters onto a stage-like structure.
This is the main amphitheatre, with its impressive symmetric stairs.
(No harm has come to any regulator while taking this photo. Sandra attached it better afterwards).
Swim-through at Pistol Bay. It's prettier than the photo reveals, with a giant, purple-reddish roof collecting bubbles that linger here for a long time.
The anchor of Eros III at "Oniro", Cyprus
Cow bream at Zenobia
A Harley Davidson motorcycle