IX International Meeting of Underwater Photography
From July 8 to 13, 2019
The morphology of the seabed of the Guanahacabibes National Park shows an enchanting landscape, made up of large areas of white sand where you can appreciate curious heads and mogotes, but the most impressive are its extensive walls, impenetrable blue and diverse manifestations of caves, caves And tunnels that treasure vestiges of times past. Among the marine fauna that inhabit these funds we can highlight some typical examples such as barracudas, parrotfish, lobsters, moray eels, grouper, snapper, angelfish and crab. A great variety of gorgonians like the Acroporas, the Madrasis, the Oculina, the Diploma and the Scolima stand out, not forgetting the attraction of contemplating walls covered with large colonies of Coral Negro.
These funds hold the clearest contrasts for the practice of underwater photography, for the transparency of its waters, which allows a visibility of up to 30 meters of longitudinal distance in depths of 25 and 30 meters. This is the setting for the nineth IMASUB 2019 underwater photography event where undersea photographers from all countries will be participating openly with the only requirement to comply with the event's regulations.