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Elegant nudibranch, Olympus Pen Epl1

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Underwater Photo Contest | Wide Angle - Close Focus

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shots taken with a WIDE ANGLE (or fisheye) lens having 1) a well defined close subject (usually strobe-lit) AND 2) a wide angle BACKGROUND with a second subject, usually a diver
Standing Turtle
Loggerhead turtle ascending for air
A privileged moment to swim side by side with a loggerhead turtle
An uncomfortable meeting with a ragged tooth shark
"Side by Side" - as close as it gets I suppose to this amazing but unpredictable apex predator!
shark time
There are a lot of turtles in Piskado Bay. It's rather difficult to take a picture without the legs if 100 snorklers 😉
Tasty pastry.
Elegant and colorful jelly fish, El Quseir, Egypte.
Nikon D80 with Ikelite housing and two Ikelite strobes. Tamron SP-AF 17-50, 17mm, ISO 100, f/7.1, 1/60.
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Did you knock on my door?
A puffadder shyshark is in fact quite harmless
Lone Drifter
Red Sea Anemonfish (Amphiprion bicinctus), Red Sea, Sanganeb, Sudan
I can't promise you a rose garden,but a sea anemone garden
Colours splash
School of fishes at the jetty in Brayka Bay, Marsa alam
Nice Moray
I can't promise you a Rose garden, but this is better
Strength in Unity
Not so shy
Curious shy shark on the PMB wreck
WWII minesweeper converted into an artificial reef with abundant sea- life
New Home
PMB is a sunken minesweeper to form an artificial reef. It recruited neighbouring marine life and is now fully colonised.
Pillar of Life.
Pristine marine life covering the bare metal of the PMB wreck sunken as an artificial reef.
zenobia wreck
Amphiprion ocellaris. Tulamben, Bali. Canon G16
Nursehark hiding from the current, Cozumel.
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