- This gallery showcases the pristine reefs in Thailand, Tanzania, and Indonesia. The anemones are from 30 dives in the Similan Islands, miles off the coast of Phuket.
The reefs are rarely visited and covered in anemones. And where there are anemones, there is everybody’s favorite: the clown fish.
The series of coral that looks like mushrooms are from a unique reef near Pemba Island, Tanzania. This island is the smaller and less visited sibling of Zanzibar, with still healthy reefs.
The bright corals and sea fans were photographed in the strong currents off of Bali, Indonesia. The coral sifts food out of the water.