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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

Taken by: Martin Ferak

Shark n reef n sun
Shark n reef n sun by Martin Ferak

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Posted: Monday, March 12, 2012- (3/12/2012 9:44:00 AM)
Category: Sharks
location: Gulf Of Mexico Cuba
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message this message is importantHi Martin,
I very much enjoy your shark photo's laugh
Is the divesite, Jardin de la Reina ?
Can you recommend this trip ?
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message Hi Chris,

Jardines is probably the best dive site for reef sharks photography. I was there twice, always excellent. They ´ve got a population of carribean reff sharks in one area and a population of silkies in another one. Sharks are attracted by a dead fish, but it is not a real feeding that you see in some commercial facilities. So I highly recommed smile
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message Hi Martin, I really enjoyed both shark photos, but this one with the reef and blue- water and sun background is outstanding. Composition is great. Marylin B
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message Thanks Marylin, I appreciate that smile
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