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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Cayman islands

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"Turbulent Seas" - Waves crash into a shallow reef as a gorgonian is washed around by the rough sea.
"The Cleaner" - A graysby sits patiently as it's cleaned by a sharknose goby.
"Chase or Evade"
Jacks chase silversides as they blur in this slow shutter exposure.
Juvenile Razorfish
Fairy Basslet at Sunset House in Grand Cayman
"Flower Of The Sea" - Super macro photograph of a hydroid using Nauticam SMC-2. The entire flowing hydroid was only about 1/2 inch in diameter; this is just the center of it.
To Dive or not to Dive!?
Reflection and Elegance in Black & White!
Reflection - Spotts Beach
"Lift Up The Waves And Peer Beneath The Sea" - A pair of stingrays swim under a cobalt blue sky in Grand Cayman.
Starfish and Friends! At first, I was a tiny bit frustrated with the two little boys hijacking my shot, but in the end I like how it turned out.
A diver checking out the wreck of the USS Kittiwake.
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2017

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"Check Out My Grill!" - A roughhead blenny hams it up for the camera. Shot with Nauticam SMC.
Stingray black/white
Stingray Reflection
Snorkeling with Sea Turtles, Spotts Beach
Chasing Coral Tribute
A diver explores a colorful swim through at Cinderella's Castle on the East Side of Grand Cayman
Is Shark Week Good?
Fish Romance
Grand Cayman
"Tiny Turn" - A tiny juvenile filefish sweeps away from its gorgonian camouflage for a moment.
Sometimes the most beautiful part of a dive is right under the boat!
"My Orange, Orange Home"
A little blenny peers out from its home in an orange sponge. These cuties usually live in coral, so this was an unusual find.
A tarpon is nearly hidden by a swarm of silversides as it swims through a baitball in Grand Cayman.
Built for Speed
Silversides are reflected in a diver's mask as he watches a huge swirl of the tiny fish.
Bronze Medal Bronze Medal 2017

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