Weekly Underwater Hot Shot – Week 33 by Debbie Wallace

Every week, a weekly winner is chosen by one of our judges and is displayed throughout the whole week at the top of the contest page. The judges take turns weekly and have the freedom to choose any entry to be the weekly winner.For a chance to feature as a weekly winner upload your best photos here.

Congratulations to Debbie Wallace for achieving a weekly hotshot status with his recent competition entry.

“Out of the pack” – I really had this image or something very similar to it in my mind during this particular dive with the sand tiger sharks, when I turned my head to see it in actuality!! Lucky me!!

Judged by TIANHONG WANG who says:

The wonderful moments,Amazing shark shot. those fish are giving the shark a wide berth!

Debbie Wallace
Hi! I’m Debbie, from Naples, FL. I’ve been diving a long time but have been doing underwater photography for about 4 years. My favorite underwater subject is SHARKS!! They are so misrepresented in the media, and I’m doing what I can to dispel some myths. I also shoot macro but sharks are a real passion for me!
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