Exclusive only  
Color search  
Orientation
Release
License
People
Age Group
Ethnicity
Image size
more filters

Recent searches

Loading...
Caribbean Whiptail Stingray (Himantura Schmardae), Utila, Bay Islands, Honduras
1116-42625 - Caribbean Whiptail Stingray (Himantura Schmardae), Utila, Bay Islands, Honduras
Caribbean Whiptail Stingray (Himantura Schmardae), Utila, Bay Islands, Honduras
1116-42624 - Caribbean Whiptail Stingray (Himantura Schmardae), Utila, Bay Islands, Honduras
Kelp Forest Towers Above The Sea Floor, Point Lobos State Reserve, Carmel Bay, California, United States Of America
1116-42573 - Kelp Forest Towers Above The Sea Floor, Point Lobos State Reserve, Carmel Bay, California, United States Of America
Snorkeler under the glass floor in a room of bora bora nui resort and spa, Bora bora island society islands french polynesia south pacific
1116-41966 - Snorkeler under the glass floor in a room of bora bora nui resort and spa, Bora bora island society islands french polynesia south pacific
Glass floor in a room of bora bora nui resort and spa, Bora bora island society islands french polynesia south pacific
1116-41967 - Glass floor in a room of bora bora nui resort and spa, Bora bora island society islands french polynesia south pacific
A Woman Floating Underwater, Tarifa, Cadiz, Andalusia, Spain
1116-41623 - A Woman Floating Underwater, Tarifa, Cadiz, Andalusia, Spain
Dugong (Dugong dugon) eating sea grass, Red Sea, Hermes Bay, Marsa Alam, Egypt, Africa
832-382234 - Dugong (Dugong dugon) eating sea grass, Red Sea, Hermes Bay, Marsa Alam, Egypt, Africa
Freediver diving above a sandy bottom, Red Sea, Egypt, Africa
832-381608 - Freediver diving above a sandy bottom, Red Sea, Egypt, Africa
Atlantic spotted dolphin (Stenella frontalis) over sandy bottom, Bahama Banks, Bahamas, Central America
832-381818 - Atlantic spotted dolphin (Stenella frontalis) over sandy bottom, Bahama Banks, Bahamas, Central America
Three group of Spinner Dolphins (Stenella longirostris) swims over sandy bottom, Red Sea, Sataya Reef, Marsa Alam, Egypt, Africa
832-382278 - Three group of Spinner Dolphins (Stenella longirostris) swims over sandy bottom, Red Sea, Sataya Reef, Marsa Alam, Egypt, Africa
Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) resting on a sandy bottom adjacent to Kauai, Hawaii, in the spring, Kauai, Hawaii, United States of America
1116-40059 - Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) resting on a sandy bottom adjacent to Kauai, Hawaii, in the spring, Kauai, Hawaii, United States of America
This red encrusting sponge (Clathria sp.) is the most common of this family found in Hawaii. Here it has covered the calcium carbonate-producing seaweed, Halimeda kanaloana, Hawaii, United States of America
1116-39959 - This red encrusting sponge (Clathria sp.) is the most common of this family found in Hawaii. Here it has covered the calcium carbonate-producing seaweed, Halimeda kanaloana, Hawaii, United States of America
Divers observe marine life attached to the remnants of the hull of a shipwreck dive site.
1174-4679 - Divers observe marine life attached to the remnants of the hull of a shipwreck dive site.
Squirrelfish (Holocentrus adscensionsis) finds shelter near a large Barrel sponge.
1174-4673 - Squirrelfish (Holocentrus adscensionsis) finds shelter near a large Barrel sponge.
Bicolored Fairy basslet, Gramma loreto, above a coral reef.
1174-4667 - Bicolored Fairy basslet, Gramma loreto, above a coral reef.
Graceful spotted eagle ray swimming across a coral reef in Fakarava.
1174-4657 - Graceful spotted eagle ray swimming across a coral reef in Fakarava.
A young woman snorkels near the Christ of the Abyss Statue, Key Largo, Florida Keys.  The bronze statue was submerged in the waters of Key Largo, Florida in 1965.
1174-4674 - A young woman snorkels near the Christ of the Abyss Statue, Key Largo, Florida Keys. The bronze statue was submerged in the waters of Key Largo, Florida in 1965.
Two divers swimming along the remaining structure of a shipwreck.
1174-4677 - Two divers swimming along the remaining structure of a shipwreck.
A scuba diver watching a pair of Raccoon butterflyfish in French Polynesia
1174-4685 - A scuba diver watching a pair of Raccoon butterflyfish in French Polynesia
Grey reef sharks in the islands of the South Pacific.
1174-4652 - Grey reef sharks in the islands of the South Pacific.
Scalloped hammerhead shark swimming among other fish over the seabed, Galapagos Islands
1174-4684 - Scalloped hammerhead shark swimming among other fish over the seabed, Galapagos Islands
Green moray eel emerging from under a coral fan branch on coral reef.
1174-4668 - Green moray eel emerging from under a coral fan branch on coral reef.
Over/under of the seabed between two small islands near Taha'a,  in French Polynesia. Fast flowing water nourishes the coral.
1174-4675 - Over/under of the seabed between two small islands near Taha'a, in French Polynesia. Fast flowing water nourishes the coral.
Over/under of three snorkelers underwater on a reef near New Providence, Bahamas
1174-4678 - Over/under of three snorkelers underwater on a reef near New Providence, Bahamas
Stoplight parrotfish nibbles algae from the substrate of a reef in the Florida Keys.
1174-4670 - Stoplight parrotfish nibbles algae from the substrate of a reef in the Florida Keys.
A captive crocodile underwater, snout in the surface of the water at the Garden of the Queens marine park, Cuba.
1174-4688 - A captive crocodile underwater, snout in the surface of the water at the Garden of the Queens marine park, Cuba.
Large school of Crescent tail bigeye with vivid red coloured skin.
1174-4653 - Large school of Crescent tail bigeye with vivid red coloured skin.
Scuba diver handfeeding a Southern stingray underwater at the Sandbar, Grand Cayman.
1174-4682 - Scuba diver handfeeding a Southern stingray underwater at the Sandbar, Grand Cayman.
Large school of Blue-line snapper on a coral reef in French Polynesia
1174-4658 - Large school of Blue-line snapper on a coral reef in French Polynesia
Scuba diver blowing bubble rings.  As the escaping air rises to surface, the decrease in pressure causes the rings of air to expand.
1174-4683 - Scuba diver blowing bubble rings. As the escaping air rises to surface, the decrease in pressure causes the rings of air to expand.
Opaline eyes of a Longspined porcupine fish, a balloon.
1174-4671 - Opaline eyes of a Longspined porcupine fish, a balloon.
Gray reef sharks in the warm waters above a coral reef.
1174-4655 - Gray reef sharks in the warm waters above a coral reef.
Channel-clinging crab foraging for food in a marine reserve.
1174-4669 - Channel-clinging crab foraging for food in a marine reserve.
A scuba diver underwater.  Staghorn coral branches growing up from the reef.
1174-4686 - A scuba diver underwater. Staghorn coral branches growing up from the reef.
Close-up of a juvenile Queen angelfish on the seabed.
1174-4662 - Close-up of a juvenile Queen angelfish on the seabed.
Great barracuda fish, Sphyraena barracuda, on a coral reef.
1174-4666 - Great barracuda fish, Sphyraena barracuda, on a coral reef.
Snorkeler framed by the struts of a wreck of a plane on the seabed.
1174-4676 - Snorkeler framed by the struts of a wreck of a plane on the seabed.
Diver swims amid the remains of the Willaurie shipwreck, Nassau, Bahamas
1174-4680 - Diver swims amid the remains of the Willaurie shipwreck, Nassau, Bahamas
Turtle and Diver
857-87377 - Turtle and Diver
Unidentified starfish (Euretaster sp.), red, Ponta de Sao Vicente, Isabella Island, Albemarle, Galapagos Islands, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, Ecuador, Pacific Ocean
832-372292 - Unidentified starfish (Euretaster sp.), red, Ponta de Sao Vicente, Isabella Island, Albemarle, Galapagos Islands, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, Ecuador, Pacific Ocean
Whitetip reef sharks (Triaenodon obesus) resting on rocks, San Benedicto Island, near Socorro, Revillagigedo Islands, archipelago, Mexico, eastern Pacific
832-372281 - Whitetip reef sharks (Triaenodon obesus) resting on rocks, San Benedicto Island, near Socorro, Revillagigedo Islands, archipelago, Mexico, eastern Pacific
Banded Bubble Starfish or Warty Starfish (Echinaster callosus), Sabang Beach, Puerto Galera, Mindoro, Philippines, South China Sea
832-372238 - Banded Bubble Starfish or Warty Starfish (Echinaster callosus), Sabang Beach, Puerto Galera, Mindoro, Philippines, South China Sea
Italian amphora dating from the 2nd century BC on the ocean floor of Kas, Turkey, Mediterranean
832-369516 - Italian amphora dating from the 2nd century BC on the ocean floor of Kas, Turkey, Mediterranean
Chocolate Chip Starfish (Protoreaster nodosus) gathered on a sandy ground, Sabang Beach, Puerto Galera, Mindoro, Philippines, South China Sea
832-372240 - Chocolate Chip Starfish (Protoreaster nodosus) gathered on a sandy ground, Sabang Beach, Puerto Galera, Mindoro, Philippines, South China Sea
Seastar, Protorcaster lincki, in seagrass, Western Madagascar, Western Madagascar
1174-1383 - Seastar, Protorcaster lincki, in seagrass, Western Madagascar, Western Madagascar
Tahiti's tourist trade benefits from its natural beauty.
1173-2426 - Tahiti's tourist trade benefits from its natural beauty.
A Sea cucumber, Stichopus variegatus, on the seabed at Great Barrier Reef, Australia
1173-743 - A Sea cucumber, Stichopus variegatus, on the seabed at Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Underwater view of a coral encrusted lobster pot on sandy ocean floor, Ras Mohammed National Park, Red Sea, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
974-426 - Underwater view of a coral encrusted lobster pot on sandy ocean floor, Ras Mohammed National Park, Red Sea, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
Spotted eagle ray (Aetobatis narinari) juvenile over sandy ocean floor, from above, Naama Bay, Sharm El Sheikh, Red Sea, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
974-416 - Spotted eagle ray (Aetobatis narinari) juvenile over sandy ocean floor, from above, Naama Bay, Sharm El Sheikh, Red Sea, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
Parasols, Santorin, Aegean Sea, Greece, Europe
832-344829 - Parasols, Santorin, Aegean Sea, Greece, Europe
Tourist on the panoramic terrace (with glass floor) at the top of Cabo Girao (580 m highest) cliff, Camara de Lobos, Madeira, Portugal.
817-459376 - Tourist on the panoramic terrace (with glass floor) at the top of Cabo Girao (580 m highest) cliff, Camara de Lobos, Madeira, Portugal.
Tourists on the panoramic terrace (with glass floor) at the top of Cabo Girao (580 m highest) cliff, Camara de Lobos, Madeira, Portugal.
817-459375 - Tourists on the panoramic terrace (with glass floor) at the top of Cabo Girao (580 m highest) cliff, Camara de Lobos, Madeira, Portugal.
Gathering of Knobby Star Starfish (Pentaceraster cumingi) on sandy ground in front of a reef, Cousin Rock, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Galapagos archipelago, Ecuador, Pacific Ocean
832-233269 - Gathering of Knobby Star Starfish (Pentaceraster cumingi) on sandy ground in front of a reef, Cousin Rock, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Galapagos archipelago, Ecuador, Pacific Ocean
Gathering of Knobby Star Starfish (Pentaceraster cumingi) on sandy ground in front of a reef, Cousin Rock, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Galapagos archipelago, Ecuador, Pacific Ocean
832-233270 - Gathering of Knobby Star Starfish (Pentaceraster cumingi) on sandy ground in front of a reef, Cousin Rock, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Galapagos archipelago, Ecuador, Pacific Ocean
Florida manatee Endangered Florida Manatee Trichechus manatus latirostris silhouetted against the sun at Three Sisters Spring in Crystal River Florida USA The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee
869-4203 - Florida manatee Endangered Florida Manatee Trichechus manatus latirostris silhouetted against the sun at Three Sisters Spring in Crystal River Florida USA The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee
Florida manatee Endangered Florida Manatee Trichechus manatus latirostris at Three Sisters Spring in Crystal River Florida USA The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee
869-4213 - Florida manatee Endangered Florida Manatee Trichechus manatus latirostris at Three Sisters Spring in Crystal River Florida USA The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee
Florida manatee Endangered Florida Manatee Trichechus manatus latirostris at Three Sisters Spring in Crystal River Florida USA The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee
869-4202 - Florida manatee Endangered Florida Manatee Trichechus manatus latirostris at Three Sisters Spring in Crystal River Florida USA The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee
Florida manatee Endangered Florida Manatee Trichechus manatus latirostris at Three Sisters Spring in Crystal River Florida USA The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee
869-4208 - Florida manatee Endangered Florida Manatee Trichechus manatus latirostris at Three Sisters Spring in Crystal River Florida USA The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee
Florida manatee Endangered Florida Manatee Trichechus manatus latirostris at Three Sisters Spring in Crystal River Florida USA The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee
869-4204 - Florida manatee Endangered Florida Manatee Trichechus manatus latirostris at Three Sisters Spring in Crystal River Florida USA The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee
Florida manatee Endangered Florida Manatee Mother and nursing calf Trichechus manatus latirostris at Three Sisters Spring in Crystal River Florida USA The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee
869-4207 - Florida manatee Endangered Florida Manatee Mother and nursing calf Trichechus manatus latirostris at Three Sisters Spring in Crystal River Florida USA The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee
Florida manatee A curious young Florida Manatee Trichechus manatus latirostris peeks over it's mothers back at Three Sisters Spring in Crystal River Florida USA The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee
869-4205 - Florida manatee A curious young Florida Manatee Trichechus manatus latirostris peeks over it's mothers back at Three Sisters Spring in Crystal River Florida USA The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee
Florida manatee Small fish pick algae of an endangered Florida Manatee Trichechus manatus latirostris at Three Sisters Spring in Crystal River Florida USA The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee
869-4206 - Florida manatee Small fish pick algae of an endangered Florida Manatee Trichechus manatus latirostris at Three Sisters Spring in Crystal River Florida USA The Florida Manatee is a subspecies of the West Indian Manatee
Fort Grey, now a museum, boats lying dry on the seabed at low tide, Rocquaine Bay, Guernsey, Channel Islands, Europe
832-145203 - Fort Grey, now a museum, boats lying dry on the seabed at low tide, Rocquaine Bay, Guernsey, Channel Islands, Europe
Fort Grey, now a museum, boats lying dry on the seabed at low tide, Rocquaine Bay, Guernsey, Channel Islands, Europe
832-145205 - Fort Grey, now a museum, boats lying dry on the seabed at low tide, Rocquaine Bay, Guernsey, Channel Islands, Europe
Fort Grey, now a museum, boats lying dry on the seabed at low tide, Rocquaine Bay, Guernsey, Channel Islands, Europe
832-145208 - Fort Grey, now a museum, boats lying dry on the seabed at low tide, Rocquaine Bay, Guernsey, Channel Islands, Europe
View of Ballinskelligs Bay, Ring of Kerry, Ireland, Europe
832-134393 - View of Ballinskelligs Bay, Ring of Kerry, Ireland, Europe
Papua New Guinea, Milne Bay, Blue Spotted Fantail Stingray (Taeniura lymma) resting on ocean floor.
1116-34194 - Papua New Guinea, Milne Bay, Blue Spotted Fantail Stingray (Taeniura lymma) resting on ocean floor.
Hawaii, The oriental flying gurnard (Dactylopterus orientalis) is remarkable for its enormous pectoral fins. When spread, they have the form of rounded fanlike wings.
1116-31299 - Hawaii, The oriental flying gurnard (Dactylopterus orientalis) is remarkable for its enormous pectoral fins. When spread, they have the form of rounded fanlike wings.
French Polynesia, Tahiti, Bora Bora, Stingray in beautiful turquoise water.
1116-30231 - French Polynesia, Tahiti, Bora Bora, Stingray in beautiful turquoise water.
Hawaii, The oriental flying gurnard (Dactylopterus orientalis) is remarkable for its enormous pectoral fins. When spread, they have the form of rounded fanlike wings.
1116-31298 - Hawaii, The oriental flying gurnard (Dactylopterus orientalis) is remarkable for its enormous pectoral fins. When spread, they have the form of rounded fanlike wings.
French Polynesia, Tahiti, Bora Bora, Stingray in beautiful turquoise water.
1116-29807 - French Polynesia, Tahiti, Bora Bora, Stingray in beautiful turquoise water.
Hawaii, Day Octopus (Octopus cyanea) on sandy ocean floor
1116-32029 - Hawaii, Day Octopus (Octopus cyanea) on sandy ocean floor
French Polynesia, Tahiti, Moorea, Two stingray in beautiful turquoise water.
1116-29804 - French Polynesia, Tahiti, Moorea, Two stingray in beautiful turquoise water.
Canada, British Columbia, Giant Pacific octopus (Octopus dolfleini) changing colors on ocean floor.
1116-32024 - Canada, British Columbia, Giant Pacific octopus (Octopus dolfleini) changing colors on ocean floor.
Micronesia, Yap, Underwater view of wave.
1116-29303 - Micronesia, Yap, Underwater view of wave.
Australia, Venomous Blue Ringed octopus (Hapalochlaena maculosa) attached to sea sponge.
1116-32028 - Australia, Venomous Blue Ringed octopus (Hapalochlaena maculosa) attached to sea sponge.
French Polynesia, Tahiti, Moorea, Two stingray in beautiful turquoise water.
1116-29805 - French Polynesia, Tahiti, Moorea, Two stingray in beautiful turquoise water.
Hawaii, Day Octopus (Octopus cyanea) on ocean floor.
1116-32031 - Hawaii, Day Octopus (Octopus cyanea) on ocean floor.
Hawaii, Spotted burrfush (Chilomycterus reticulatus), very rare in this part of the world.
1116-36034 - Hawaii, Spotted burrfush (Chilomycterus reticulatus), very rare in this part of the world.
Hawaii, Maui, Atlantis Submarine passes small coral bed with sea life.
1116-30508 - Hawaii, Maui, Atlantis Submarine passes small coral bed with sea life.
Hawaii, Oahu, Male diver exploring World War II Corsair fighter plane wreck.
1116-29238 - Hawaii, Oahu, Male diver exploring World War II Corsair fighter plane wreck.
Hawaii, Diver photographing a spotted porcupinefish (diodon hystrix), puffed up with spines sticking out.
1116-32202 - Hawaii, Diver photographing a spotted porcupinefish (diodon hystrix), puffed up with spines sticking out.
Hawaii, Big Island, Kona Coast, Photographer diver swims along ocean floor near coral.
1116-30466 - Hawaii, Big Island, Kona Coast, Photographer diver swims along ocean floor near coral.
Hawaii, Green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) on ocean floor, Endangered species.
1116-30479 - Hawaii, Green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) on ocean floor, Endangered species.
Hawaii, Big Island, Kona Coast, Photographer diver swims along ocean floor.
1116-30467 - Hawaii, Big Island, Kona Coast, Photographer diver swims along ocean floor.
Hawaii, Flying gurnards, also known as helmet gurnards
1116-35095 - Hawaii, Flying gurnards, also known as helmet gurnards
Australia, West Australian Seahorse (Hippocampus elongatus)
1116-30425 - Australia, West Australian Seahorse (Hippocampus elongatus)
French Polynesia, Tahiti, Bora Bora, Stingray in beautiful turquoise water.
1116-29806 - French Polynesia, Tahiti, Bora Bora, Stingray in beautiful turquoise water.
Indonesia, Komodo, Torpedo Ray.
1116-29262 - Indonesia, Komodo, Torpedo Ray.
Australia, Creature The Eastern Fiddler Ray, Trygonorhina sp,
1116-34982 - Australia, Creature The Eastern Fiddler Ray, Trygonorhina sp,
Caribbean, Grand Cayman Island, Over/under view of stingrays swimming in clear blue water, blue sky above.
1116-34196 - Caribbean, Grand Cayman Island, Over/under view of stingrays swimming in clear blue water, blue sky above.
California, Baja, Socorro, Unidentified species of stingray on ocean floor, sunburst above.
1116-34199 - California, Baja, Socorro, Unidentified species of stingray on ocean floor, sunburst above.
Hawksbill Turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) and scuba diver, Caribbean, Honduras, Central America
832-33707 - Hawksbill Turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) and scuba diver, Caribbean, Honduras, Central America
Views from Isla de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Isla de La Palma (known in English as "La Palma"), is a Spanish volcanic ocean island. It is one of the seven major Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off of the west coast of Africa. It is located at 28840'N 17852'W. The name "Isla de La Palma" means "The Island of Palms," or "Palm Island." La Palma has an area of 706 km2 making it the fifth largest of the seven main Canary Islands. The total population is about 85,000, of which 18,000 (2003 data) live in the capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma and about 20,000 (2004 data) in Los Llanos de Aridane. The volcano rises almost 7 km above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Proportional to its size, it is alleged to be the steepest island in the world. La Palma has erupted 8 times since 1430 and the last event took place in 1971. Shown here is the famous Taburiente caldera, one of the largest in the world. The caldera is 9km rim-to-rim and 2 km deep. It is largely formed by erosion of the volcanic material which formed the original volcano and today is home to a beautiful forest of Canarian pines. No model or property releases available for this photo.
979-6697 - Views from Isla de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Isla de La Palma (known in English as "La Palma"), is a Spanish volcanic ocean island. It is one of the seven major Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off of the west coast of Africa. It is located at 28840'N 17852'W. The name "Isla de La Palma" means "The Island of Palms," or "Palm Island." La Palma has an area of 706 km2 making it the fifth largest of the seven main Canary Islands. The total population is about 85,000, of which 18,000 (2003 data) live in the capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma and about 20,000 (2004 data) in Los Llanos de Aridane. The volcano rises almost 7 km above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Proportional to its size, it is alleged to be the steepest island in the world. La Palma has erupted 8 times since 1430 and the last event took place in 1971. Shown here is the famous Taburiente caldera, one of the largest in the world. The caldera is 9km rim-to-rim and 2 km deep. It is largely formed by erosion of the volcanic material which formed the original volcano and today is home to a beautiful forest of Canarian pines. No model or property releases available for this photo.
Views from Isla de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Isla de La Palma (known in English as "La Palma"), is a Spanish volcanic ocean island. It is one of the seven major Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off of the west coast of Africa. It is located at 28840'N 17852'W. The name "Isla de La Palma" means "The Island of Palms," or "Palm Island." La Palma has an area of 706 km2 making it the fifth largest of the seven main Canary Islands. The total population is about 85,000, of which 18,000 (2003 data) live in the capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma and about 20,000 (2004 data) in Los Llanos de Aridane. The volcano rises almost 7 km above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Proportional to its size, it is alleged to be the steepest island in the world. La Palma has erupted 8 times since 1430 and the last event took place in 1971. Shown here is the famous Taburiente caldera, one of the largest in the world. The caldera is 9km rim-to-rim and 2 km deep. It is largely formed by erosion of the volcanic material which formed the original volcano and today is home to a beautiful forest of Canarian pines. No model or property releases available for this photo.
979-6701 - Views from Isla de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Isla de La Palma (known in English as "La Palma"), is a Spanish volcanic ocean island. It is one of the seven major Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off of the west coast of Africa. It is located at 28840'N 17852'W. The name "Isla de La Palma" means "The Island of Palms," or "Palm Island." La Palma has an area of 706 km2 making it the fifth largest of the seven main Canary Islands. The total population is about 85,000, of which 18,000 (2003 data) live in the capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma and about 20,000 (2004 data) in Los Llanos de Aridane. The volcano rises almost 7 km above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Proportional to its size, it is alleged to be the steepest island in the world. La Palma has erupted 8 times since 1430 and the last event took place in 1971. Shown here is the famous Taburiente caldera, one of the largest in the world. The caldera is 9km rim-to-rim and 2 km deep. It is largely formed by erosion of the volcanic material which formed the original volcano and today is home to a beautiful forest of Canarian pines. No model or property releases available for this photo.
Views from Isla de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Isla de La Palma (known in English as "La Palma"), is a Spanish volcanic ocean island. It is one of the seven major Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off of the west coast of Africa. It is located at 28840'N 17852'W. The name "Isla de La Palma" means "The Island of Palms," or "Palm Island." La Palma has an area of 706 km2 making it the fifth largest of the seven main Canary Islands. The total population is about 85,000, of which 18,000 (2003 data) live in the capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma and about 20,000 (2004 data) in Los Llanos de Aridane. The volcano rises almost 7 km above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Proportional to its size, it is alleged to be the steepest island in the world. La Palma has erupted 8 times since 1430 and the last event took place in 1971. Shown here is the famous Taburiente caldera, one of the largest in the world. The caldera is 9km rim-to-rim and 2 km deep. It is largely formed by erosion of the volcanic material which formed the original volcano and today is home to a beautiful forest of Canarian pines. No model or property releases available for this photo.
979-6703 - Views from Isla de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Isla de La Palma (known in English as "La Palma"), is a Spanish volcanic ocean island. It is one of the seven major Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off of the west coast of Africa. It is located at 28840'N 17852'W. The name "Isla de La Palma" means "The Island of Palms," or "Palm Island." La Palma has an area of 706 km2 making it the fifth largest of the seven main Canary Islands. The total population is about 85,000, of which 18,000 (2003 data) live in the capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma and about 20,000 (2004 data) in Los Llanos de Aridane. The volcano rises almost 7 km above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Proportional to its size, it is alleged to be the steepest island in the world. La Palma has erupted 8 times since 1430 and the last event took place in 1971. Shown here is the famous Taburiente caldera, one of the largest in the world. The caldera is 9km rim-to-rim and 2 km deep. It is largely formed by erosion of the volcanic material which formed the original volcano and today is home to a beautiful forest of Canarian pines. No model or property releases available for this photo.
Views from Isla de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Isla de La Palma (known in English as "La Palma"), is a Spanish volcanic ocean island. It is one of the seven major Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off of the west coast of Africa. It is located at 28840'N 17852'W. The name "Isla de La Palma" means "The Island of Palms," or "Palm Island." La Palma has an area of 706 km2 making it the fifth largest of the seven main Canary Islands. The total population is about 85,000, of which 18,000 (2003 data) live in the capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma and about 20,000 (2004 data) in Los Llanos de Aridane. The volcano rises almost 7 km above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Proportional to its size, it is alleged to be the steepest island in the world. La Palma has erupted 8 times since 1430 and the last event took place in 1971. Shown here is the famous Taburiente caldera, one of the largest in the world. The caldera is 9km rim-to-rim and 2 km deep. It is largely formed by erosion of the volcanic material which formed the original volcano and today is home to a beautiful forest of Canarian pines. No model or property releases available for this photo.
979-6706 - Views from Isla de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Isla de La Palma (known in English as "La Palma"), is a Spanish volcanic ocean island. It is one of the seven major Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off of the west coast of Africa. It is located at 28840'N 17852'W. The name "Isla de La Palma" means "The Island of Palms," or "Palm Island." La Palma has an area of 706 km2 making it the fifth largest of the seven main Canary Islands. The total population is about 85,000, of which 18,000 (2003 data) live in the capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma and about 20,000 (2004 data) in Los Llanos de Aridane. The volcano rises almost 7 km above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Proportional to its size, it is alleged to be the steepest island in the world. La Palma has erupted 8 times since 1430 and the last event took place in 1971. Shown here is the famous Taburiente caldera, one of the largest in the world. The caldera is 9km rim-to-rim and 2 km deep. It is largely formed by erosion of the volcanic material which formed the original volcano and today is home to a beautiful forest of Canarian pines. No model or property releases available for this photo.
Views from Isla de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Isla de La Palma (known in English as "La Palma"), is a Spanish volcanic ocean island. It is one of the seven major Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off of the west coast of Africa. It is located at 28840'N 17852'W. The name "Isla de La Palma" means "The Island of Palms," or "Palm Island." La Palma has an area of 706 km2 making it the fifth largest of the seven main Canary Islands. The total population is about 85,000, of which 18,000 (2003 data) live in the capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma and about 20,000 (2004 data) in Los Llanos de Aridane. The volcano rises almost 7 km above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Proportional to its size, it is alleged to be the steepest island in the world. La Palma has erupted 8 times since 1430 and the last event took place in 1971. Shown here is the famous Taburiente caldera, one of the largest in the world. The caldera is 9km rim-to-rim and 2 km deep. It is largely formed by erosion of the volcanic material which formed the original volcano and today is home to a beautiful forest of Canarian pines. No model or property releases available for this photo.
979-6700 - Views from Isla de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Isla de La Palma (known in English as "La Palma"), is a Spanish volcanic ocean island. It is one of the seven major Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off of the west coast of Africa. It is located at 28840'N 17852'W. The name "Isla de La Palma" means "The Island of Palms," or "Palm Island." La Palma has an area of 706 km2 making it the fifth largest of the seven main Canary Islands. The total population is about 85,000, of which 18,000 (2003 data) live in the capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma and about 20,000 (2004 data) in Los Llanos de Aridane. The volcano rises almost 7 km above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Proportional to its size, it is alleged to be the steepest island in the world. La Palma has erupted 8 times since 1430 and the last event took place in 1971. Shown here is the famous Taburiente caldera, one of the largest in the world. The caldera is 9km rim-to-rim and 2 km deep. It is largely formed by erosion of the volcanic material which formed the original volcano and today is home to a beautiful forest of Canarian pines. No model or property releases available for this photo.
Views from Isla de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Isla de La Palma (known in English as "La Palma"), is a Spanish volcanic ocean island. It is one of the seven major Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off of the west coast of Africa. It is located at 28840'N 17852'W. The name "Isla de La Palma" means "The Island of Palms," or "Palm Island." La Palma has an area of 706 km2 making it the fifth largest of the seven main Canary Islands. The total population is about 85,000, of which 18,000 (2003 data) live in the capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma and about 20,000 (2004 data) in Los Llanos de Aridane. The volcano rises almost 7 km above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Proportional to its size, it is alleged to be the steepest island in the world. La Palma has erupted 8 times since 1430 and the last event took place in 1971. Shown here is the famous Taburiente caldera, one of the largest in the world. The caldera is 9km rim-to-rim and 2 km deep. It is largely formed by erosion of the volcanic material which formed the original volcano and today is home to a beautiful forest of Canarian pines. No model or property releases available for this photo.
979-6698 - Views from Isla de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Isla de La Palma (known in English as "La Palma"), is a Spanish volcanic ocean island. It is one of the seven major Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off of the west coast of Africa. It is located at 28840'N 17852'W. The name "Isla de La Palma" means "The Island of Palms," or "Palm Island." La Palma has an area of 706 km2 making it the fifth largest of the seven main Canary Islands. The total population is about 85,000, of which 18,000 (2003 data) live in the capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma and about 20,000 (2004 data) in Los Llanos de Aridane. The volcano rises almost 7 km above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Proportional to its size, it is alleged to be the steepest island in the world. La Palma has erupted 8 times since 1430 and the last event took place in 1971. Shown here is the famous Taburiente caldera, one of the largest in the world. The caldera is 9km rim-to-rim and 2 km deep. It is largely formed by erosion of the volcanic material which formed the original volcano and today is home to a beautiful forest of Canarian pines. No model or property releases available for this photo.
Views from Isla de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Isla de La Palma (known in English as "La Palma"), is a Spanish volcanic ocean island. It is one of the seven major Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off of the west coast of Africa. It is located at 28840'N 17852'W. The name "Isla de La Palma" means "The Island of Palms," or "Palm Island." La Palma has an area of 706 km2 making it the fifth largest of the seven main Canary Islands. The total population is about 85,000, of which 18,000 (2003 data) live in the capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma and about 20,000 (2004 data) in Los Llanos de Aridane. The volcano rises almost 7 km above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Proportional to its size, it is alleged to be the steepest island in the world. La Palma has erupted 8 times since 1430 and the last event took place in 1971. Shown here is the famous Taburiente caldera, one of the largest in the world. The caldera is 9km rim-to-rim and 2 km deep. It is largely formed by erosion of the volcanic material which formed the original volcano and today is home to a beautiful forest of Canarian pines. No model or property releases available for this photo.
979-6699 - Views from Isla de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. Isla de La Palma (known in English as "La Palma"), is a Spanish volcanic ocean island. It is one of the seven major Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off of the west coast of Africa. It is located at 28840'N 17852'W. The name "Isla de La Palma" means "The Island of Palms," or "Palm Island." La Palma has an area of 706 km2 making it the fifth largest of the seven main Canary Islands. The total population is about 85,000, of which 18,000 (2003 data) live in the capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma and about 20,000 (2004 data) in Los Llanos de Aridane. The volcano rises almost 7 km above the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Proportional to its size, it is alleged to be the steepest island in the world. La Palma has erupted 8 times since 1430 and the last event took place in 1971. Shown here is the famous Taburiente caldera, one of the largest in the world. The caldera is 9km rim-to-rim and 2 km deep. It is largely formed by erosion of the volcanic material which formed the original volcano and today is home to a beautiful forest of Canarian pines. No model or property releases available for this photo.