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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

Taken by: Suzan Meldonian

All dressed up and no place to go.
All dressed up and no place to go. by Suzan Meldonian

Bronze Medal Bronze Medal 2012
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message I agree with William, who just pipped me to nominating this as a hotshot. Fabulous colours, nicely framed (and great use of the portrait format - not enough people use it, Suz).
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message Suzan, beautiful shot. How big is that nudi and what did you shoot it with? Thanks.
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message Thank you, Thank you everyone... It was shot with a 105 and a 10x diopter dual inon strobes. At Bethlehem in Anilao... Can someone give me its name? I am waiting for my book to come in... I had to get an indo pacific book, because none of the ones I've photographed are in any of the books I have, and I've misplaced one of my old south pacific nudi books. I'm kind of a fish out of water without my i.d. books
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message oops, also, this was less than an inch long.
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message Suzan,
To avoid even carrying a book, I bought the e-vetsion from a company called Blio.


You can download it for your iPhone or iPad. If you want to look at your fish ID stuff on the boat, they even make waterproof covers for the iPad. Great shot, whatever it is.
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message Oops, also have a reef creature book

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