Low tide at the Phillipines

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  1. seank

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    How's this for some low tide pics, Curtousyof Pinyo Reef Forum:

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  3. crispin

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    cant u post all your phillipines in one thread! :) teasing


    my hat those sps are beautiful, such a dream to see something like that :)
     
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    AND THEY EAT THE UNICORN TANGS:

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    Eish, now you talking my language. Check the SPS frags just lying on the floor....
     
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    SPOT tHE STARFISH:

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    Eish, did you see the size of Those Softies, and the SPS looks like detritus/weed floating in a dam
     
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    Mind blowing, thanks for posting Sean :)
     
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    i love the baby clown
     
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    To think that we pay big moola for what just lies arouind there.
     
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    great pics man
     
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    Thanks for the stunning pics Sean! :whistling: Would love to be able to walk amongst all of that
     
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    Awesome pics sean!! Do you know exactly where that is in the Phillipines?
     
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    Sean very nyc pics
     
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    now i understand how they can "transport dry" looks quite natural lol
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    wow what pics
     
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    wow some great pics.thanks sean:)
     
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    Mindblowing. Thanks for showing us- very interesting
     
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    Fantastic!
     
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    Stunning... My heart stopped there for a while thinking about what the cost is that we pay for it...:p

    Anyway, what is interesting, is that the water seems to be dead still... That brings up a couple of questions in my head regarding flow... hmmmmm...:whistling:
     
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    High tide is a different story. Even with the ebb and flow and low tide it's more water movement then we try and simulate in our home reefs.

    Great pics Sean, thanks for sharing.
     
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