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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

Taken by: Amanda Cotton

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Freediving at night in the Bahamas with...
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Freediving at night in the Bahamas with... by Amanda Cotton
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Posted: Sunday, April 5, 2009- (4/5/2009 5:45:00 PM)
Category: Wide Angle - Marine Life
location: Atlantic (South) Bahamas
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message this message is importantDear Amanda,
I don't know if I hunderstand well: do you shot this photo 600 ft down in night freediving ?
 
Alberto Romeo
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message Oh no, we were in 600 feet of water, but only freediving to 10 to 30 feet down. It was an amazing feeling to know there was so much ocean underneath you.
 
Amanda Cotton
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rave!! Ha ha, it sounded like you set a new world record for freediving! laugh
 
Jimc
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message Hah, too funny. I'll change the description. smile For me six feet is a big deal... smile
 
Amanda Cotton
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message 
you are a above average underwater photographer.
I could learn a few thing from you.....
 
Bigkahunadiver
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