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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

Taken by: Sergio Loppel

the wine-shop
Nikonos 15 mm.
the wine-shop
Nikonos 15 mm. by Sergio Loppel
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Posted: Saturday, January 24, 2009- (1/24/2009 3:19:00 AM)
Category: Wide Angle - Divers
location: Mediterranean Sea Italy

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Editor's Comment
this looks very historical
message this message is importantAwesome shot! I love the composition & unique subject matter. it takes great skill to use a nikonos like that. The 15mm is just incredible isn't it?!?
 
Sam Taylor
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message Please write into italian or spanish.
Tanke
 
Lopezki
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Answer il 15 mm. UW Nikon è stato il RE degli obiettivi per l'evoluzione della fotografia subacquea, ancor più se montato su di una Nikonos III.
 
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