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Diving spot Izu Ohsezaki
Japan

西伊豆にある大瀬崎というダイビングスポットにて撮影しました。

人気のあるポイントですね。
真冬なので、ドライスーツで潜っていますが、パノラマ撮影には動きが取れないので、とても厳しい。。
ストロボも相変わらず、まんべんなくとはいかず、、まだらに発光しています。

水温16°、透明度15mでした。

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