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Underwater Photo Contest Entry

Taken by: Paul Colley

Massed Mackerel - schooling Indian Mackerel
Massed Mackerel - schooling Indian Mackerel by Paul Colley
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Posted: Wednesday, January 14, 2015- (1/14/2015 4:36:00 AM)
Category: Wide Angle - Marine Life
location: Red Sea Egypt
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message this message is importantYou must tell me how you got this shot!! I tried for days, could not get this close! Did you not breath or use a rebreather?
 
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message Hey, Suzan! Nothing fancy at all - I just hung out for 3 days with them until they got used to me. Fortunately, they were swimming in fairly predictable patterns up & down a reef, so I just persevered until I was able to get close - in fact almost inside the school by the end....
 
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