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Stars in the sand  Cozumel M xico
By Alejandro Topete
posted 09:24 CST Today (within the last hour)
Nudibranch eating a sea hare
By Boz Johnson
posted 08:49 CST Today (1 hour ago)
A dwarf lionfish
By Michal Stros
posted 08:38 CST Today (1 hour ago)
Skeleton Shrimp
By Andrew Mckelvie
posted 06:15 CST Today (3 hours ago)
Longnose hawkfish  Owase  Mie  Japan  Depth15m
By Noriyuki Otani
posted 05:57 CST Today (4 hours ago)
The Eye of French Angel Fish
By Michal Stros
posted 04:17 CST Today (5 hours ago)

Underwater Photo Location: Yap Caverns

Underwater Photo Location: Yap Caverns

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Beautiful dive site with lots of colorful corals at southern Yap
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by Dieter Kudler
Mike posing for the camera

by Steven Miller
Canyon of death. (trying to set a mood there :-)

by Steven Miller
Up for Air

by Steven Miller
Octoporn. I would have preferred a different category for this image, but these mating Octopus blend into the reef and rock so well that the image is too busy. I used brushes to try and obliterate the rocks and release the Octopus from them..

by Steven Miller
Close focus wide angle

by Steven Miller
Purple Mountain Majesty

by Steven Miller
Big round World. 1/13th second shutter spin. F-22 at 8mm with TTL lighting.

by Steven Miller
Shots taken of a subject between 3 inches and 1 foot (7.5 to 30cm) in size (e.g. large fish or diver head) that dominates the frame - any background is incidental and occupies LESS THAN 50% of frame. (cutting it close on the 50% part, but its macro)

by Steven Miller
Looks good in here.. cleaners.

by Steven Miller
Clownfish eggs, most have already hatched. Microscope mode on the TG-5

by Pierre Mineau
Spinner dolphins riding the bow wave of our dive boat.

by Pierre Mineau
This intimate portrait of a Vlaming's unicorn fish and cleaning wrasse just appealed to my love of design and colour.

by Steven Miller
Focus Stacking. 5 images shot with different focus distance blended into a single image. The originals have about 1 row of eggs in focus at this magnification (microscope mode on TG-5)
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