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The Curious Sea Lion / Shot on film on my Nikonos V, this is the first analog image I've taken that I am truly in love with. No strobes or external light, just the sun.

Shot in about 20ft of water under the oil rigs off San Pedro.
By Kian Farin
posted Saturday, October 28, 2017
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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Kian Farin

The Curious Sea Lion / Shot on film on my Nikonos V, this... by Kian Farin
The Curious Sea Lion / Shot on film on my Nikonos V, this is the first analog image I've taken that I am truly in love with. No strobes or external light, just the sun.
Shot in about 20ft of water under the oil rigs off San Pedro.
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