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    Posted June 7, 2014 by
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    "Shooting the Pass" in Rangiroa


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Laura Waters was diving in Rangiroa, French Polynesia last year when she took this photo using her Olympus TG-2 camera with underwater housing and a single Sea & Sea Strobe. Rangiroa is the second largest atoll in the world.
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    Our first dive on Rangiroa (French Polynesia) was drifting the Tiputa Pass at sunset. We were at about 80-feet when we starting hearing the sounds of Bottlenose Dolphins "talking" to each other. Soon, we were surrounded by 12 of them, who then spent 10 minutes swirling around us, brushing past us with their bellies up, and making sounds of pure joy. It was hard for my husband to tell which sounds were my squeals of excitement, and which were the dolphins!
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