Fly into the world of rays

16 June, 2022
Updated 23 November, 2023

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“I saw my first ray in Sweden six months ago, but then I unfortunately didn’t have a camera with me. But this time I was really prepared.

At the end of the dive, with some air left in the dive tank, I found myself flying in the world of a starry ray. I tried to adjust my rhythm and speed, and after a while I started to feel like a ray myself” – Göran Ehlmé, Underwater photographer

UV Photo: Göran Ehlmé

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