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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
Close focus on a red snapper face
The Circle of Life
Gas flame Nudibranchs paring up for reproduction
yellow eyes
The rare walking Sea Anemone
Reaching Out
Basket Star on a Palmate Sea fan
Marine turtle in Komodo
Octopus
Cirkewwa Malta
Giant Australian Cuttlefish taken at Whyalla, South Australia during their annual breeding migration.
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poor visibilty although dept was -44 mtrs . i had to get very close to avoid scatter
ochre seastar
Green turtle
Diving a cenote near Play del Carmen upon returning to the opening I found these two Sailfin Molly's doing a courtship dance. Shot with Canon G7X MKIII, Fantasea housing and UWL-09Pro wide angle lens. No strobes used, just natural sunlight
turtle marsa shouni
The prolific marine life of Whittle Rock
Turtle on the chien Tong wreck St Eustatia
Nemo
The hidden beauty.
I have always been fascinated by the moray eel , a shy creature. I was in shallow water with my RX100VII Sony and a Nauticam WWL
A Cute Whaleshark
Paramuricea clavata a nice gorgonian not too wide upon
Curious Common Octopus grabbing on my camera while diving in Tenerife, Canary Islands.
close up prairie.............
Nurse Shark, Garden of the Queen. Cuba
green turtle
A frilled nudibranch as part of the prolific marine life where two oceans meet
Nurse shark at night
Caribbean Reef Shark, Gardens of the Queen is the perfect place for enjoy sharks.
¨American Crocodile¨. Gardens of the Queen,Cuba is a special place for see this creature. Nikon D800E
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