Customer Photos | Simon Bolivar Eyes Wide Open

Customer Photos | Simon Bolivar Eyes Wide Open

Customer Photos | Simon Bolivar Eyes Wide Open

Simon Bolivar is an underwater photographer that hails from Madrid, Spain and is currently based out of Costa Rica. Simon is a global awareness photographer seeking to inspire the importance of loving the oceans.

Schooling Fish Copyright Simon Bolivar

Photo © 2020 Simon Bolivar

Cars Truk Lagoon Copyright Simon Bolivar

Photo © 2020 Simon Bolivar

 Copyright Simon Bolivar Ikelite Housing

Photo © 2020 Simon Bolivar

 Copyright Simon Bolivar Ikelite Housing

Photo © 2020 Simon Bolivar

 Copyright Simon Bolivar Ikelite Housing

Photo © 2020 Simon Bolivar

 Copyright Simon Bolivar Ikelite Housing

Photo © 2020 Simon Bolivar

 Copyright Simon Bolivar Ikelite Housing

Photo © 2020 Simon Bolivar

 Copyright Simon Bolivar Ikelite Housing

Photo © 2020 Simon Bolivar

 Copyright Simon Bolivar Ikelite Housing

Photo © 2020 Simon Bolivar

 Copyright Simon Bolivar Ikelite Housing

Photo © 2020 Simon Bolivar

 Copyright Simon Bolivar Ikelite Housing

Photo © 2020 Simon Bolivar

 Copyright Simon Bolivar Ikelite Housing

Photo © 2020 Simon Bolivar

 Copyright Simon Bolivar Ikelite Housing

Photo © 2020 Simon Bolivar

 Copyright Simon Bolivar Ikelite Housing

Photo © 2020 Simon Bolivar

 

 copyright Simon BolivarSimon Bolivar of Costa Rica via Madrid, Spain, is an underwater photographer focused on awareness and conservation. His work over the past few years has taken him across 5 continents to both shoot and exhibit large format images. He has been an Ikelite user for over 10 years, currently shooting a Nikon D850 in the 200DL Underwater Housing with dual DS161 strobes. See more of his work at http://www.oceanosunidos.com/

 

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