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Self Portrait
Caribbean

It's me underwater at the Bonaire dive site "Bari Reef" with a large group of Glassy Sweepers, a couple of Surgeonfishes and some other (small) reef fish.

Copyright: Andre De Molenaar
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 20/03/2013
Updated: 13/05/2014
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Tags: bonaire; bonaire panoramas; bonaire views; caribbean; dutch caribbean; netherlands antilles; underwater; dive; scuba diving
  • Hasan Ismail 10 months ago
    Dove there before. It didn't look as fun as yours with the Panofie capture. 360cities brought me here with that terminology. :) Care to share the camera used here?
  • Daniel Christaldi almost 2 years ago
    Yes, I have a comment. How does this 360 have ONLY 146 views? This is perfect!
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