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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Great Lakes

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Curious Bass emerging form under a ledge in local quarry.
Nesting male Pumpkinseed Sunfish
Solo Goby. Lake Ontario near St. Catharines,Ontario
Quarry Diver
Wide angle close-up of one of the wheels on submerged locomotive at the former Empire Limestone Quarry, Sherkston, Ontario
Diver prepares to take photograph of one of two locomotives, resting on the tracks, at the bottom of the former Empire Limestone Company, Quarry.
Pumpkinseed Sunfish Portrait
View of Little Tub harbour, Tobermory, Ontario with several Diving Charter boats at the docks.
'Goby gang' or 'caught in the act' These round gobies,like the zebra mussels that they are resting on, are invasive species which have had a huge impact on the Great Lakes ecosystem.
Fish 'hang out' among the vegetation in a local quarry close to Lake Erie.
Young bass move along the bottom in shallow water.
An American eel moves along the bottom of the Niagara river.
Nikon F-3, w 55mm Macro lens in Aquatica Housing, SB 103 flash.
Close-up of the eye of a Rock Bass.
The Underwater Photographer-Image # 2
The U/W photographer, Image #1
Male Bluegill tending nest in spring.
Cropped image C/U of Aquatic Plant
Freshwater 'Bait Ball' or 'Bass run'. I've never witnessed such a large school of recently hatched bass. This 'cloud' swam over my head, so image is looking toward the surface. Encountered several groups all being 'protected' by an adult.
Root Study 1. I find these to be an interesting 'still life' underwater subject in freshwater.
Freshwater Aquatic Plant, #1
Nesting Bluegill Sunfish, 1
Panorama of the 216' Forest City sunk in 1904 at a depth of 150' near Tobermory, Canada. This photo is the result of stitching 7 wide angle shots together. The visibility this day was about 50'. By the way, the water temperature was 41 F.
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