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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Steve Dolan

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“Surfacing at the same time” Green Sea Turtle off of St. Maarten.
By Steve Dolan
posted Tuesday, July 17, 2018
19 votes

“Alien Octopod” Octopus is really from St. Thomas, but I’ve always thought they looked liked something from another world.
By Steve Dolan
posted Wednesday, January 16, 2019
18 votes

Rock Iguana taking a break from the surf in St. Thomas
By Steve Dolan
posted Saturday, August 4, 2018
14 votes

Cushion Sea Star in the Berry Islands
By Steve Dolan
posted Friday, July 13, 2018
13 votes

“Guarding the (plane) wreck”  Came across this plane wreck in the Bahamas. It looks like it has become a nursery to juvenile Grunts. Taken with my Olympus TG-4 and natural light.
By Steve Dolan
posted Wednesday, July 25, 2018
11 votes

Pink Tip Anemone in shallow water during a trip to the Berry Islands in the Bahamas. Used my Olympus TG-4
By Steve Dolan
posted Thursday, July 12, 2018
9 votes

Hermit Crab walking down the beach in the Berry Islands using Olympus TG-4
By Steve Dolan
posted Saturday, July 21, 2018
9 votes

“Natural Beauty”. Snorkeling off the Southern coast of Nassau I was mesmerized by the natural beauty of the reef. Taken with an Olympus TG-4
By Steve Dolan
posted Tuesday, July 24, 2018
9 votes

“ Sky Meets Sea”  Visiting (El Cielo) Stafish sanctuary in Cozumel. If you look close you can see Starfish on the ocean floor.
By Steve Dolan
posted Thursday, July 26, 2018
9 votes

Banded Butterfly on a reef in the Bahamas. Taken with Olympus TG-4
By Steve Dolan
posted Tuesday, January 22, 2019
9 votes
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date posted posted: Saturday, December 14, 2019
date posted category: Humorous
date posted location: Caribbean Sea Barbados
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West Indian Sea Egg a.k.a. White Sea Urchin with it’s col... by Steve Dolan
West Indian Sea Egg a.k.a. White Sea Urchin with it’s collection of protective pieces on its back, including two pieces of glass
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“Destructive. Beauty” A Flamingo Tongue Snail on a Sea Fa... by Steve Dolan
“Destructive. Beauty” A Flamingo Tongue Snail on a Sea Fan in St. Thomas. Taken with TG-4
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“Curious” A little curious Trunkfish in Barbados. Taken w... by Steve Dolan
“Curious” A little curious Trunkfish in Barbados. Taken with TG-4
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“Coral Garden” Taken in Carlisle bay, Barbados with Olymp... by Steve Dolan
“Coral Garden” Taken in Carlisle bay, Barbados with Olympus TG-4
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Diving around a wreck in Barbados by Steve Dolan
Diving around a wreck in Barbados
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Trumpetfish next to a wreck in Barbados by Steve Dolan
Trumpetfish next to a wreck in Barbados
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“Trumpetfish”.  Diving below a wreck in Barbados. Taken w... by Steve Dolan
“Trumpetfish”. Diving below a wreck in Barbados. Taken with TG-4 and fill light.
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“Don’t be jealous ladies, but look at these lashes” . Her... by Steve Dolan
“Don’t be jealous ladies, but look at these lashes” . Hermit crab walking on the sandy bottom in St. Thomas. Taken with TG-4 in Seafrogs housing.
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Spotted Moray taken in Barbados with an Olympus Tg-4 by Steve Dolan
Spotted Moray taken in Barbados with an Olympus Tg-4
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“School of squirrels” Taken under a wreck in Barbados wit... by Steve Dolan
“School of squirrels” Taken under a wreck in Barbados with an Olympus TG-4 and fill light
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“Aquatic Equine” Diving in Barbados and finally found a S... by Steve Dolan
“Aquatic Equine” Diving in Barbados and finally found a Seahorse in the wild. Taken with Olympus TG-4 with light.
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“Leaving the Sea” Horseshoe Crab at the waters edge in Pl... by Steve Dolan
“Leaving the Sea” Horseshoe Crab at the waters edge in Plymouth Massachusetts. Taken with LUMIX FZ1000
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Eagle Ray taken in Cozumel Mexico with Olympus TG-4 by Steve Dolan
Eagle Ray taken in Cozumel Mexico with Olympus TG-4
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“Aquatic gumball machine” Green Sea Turtle taken in Turtl... by Steve Dolan
“Aquatic gumball machine” Green Sea Turtle taken in Turtle Cove in St. Thomas.
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Spotted Moray just off shore in st. Thomas. Taken with Ol... by Steve Dolan
Spotted Moray just off shore in st. Thomas. Taken with Olympus TG-4.
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Christmas Tree Worms in the Bahamas. Taken with Olympus T... by Steve Dolan
Christmas Tree Worms in the Bahamas. Taken with Olympus TG-4.
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“Morning Excitement” Getting ready for a dive at Stuart C... by Steve Dolan
“Morning Excitement” Getting ready for a dive at Stuart Cove’s Dive Center in Nassau, Bahamas. This dive shop is located on the old “Flipper” T.V. Show set.
8 Votes
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School of Brown Chromis at Anse Cochon Reef in St. Lucia.... by Steve Dolan
School of Brown Chromis at Anse Cochon Reef in St. Lucia. Taken with TG-4
2 Votes
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Hermit Crab making his way down a black sand beach in St.... by Steve Dolan
Hermit Crab making his way down a black sand beach in St. Kitts. Taken with LUMIX FZ-1000
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Banded Butterfly on a reef in the Bahamas. Taken with Oly... by Steve Dolan
Banded Butterfly on a reef in the Bahamas. Taken with Olympus TG-4
9 Votes
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Cushion Sea Star. Taken in Carlisle Bay, Barbados with Ol... by Steve Dolan
Cushion Sea Star. Taken in Carlisle Bay, Barbados with Olympus TG-4
7 Votes
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“Alien Octopod” Octopus is really from St. Thomas, but I’... by Steve Dolan
“Alien Octopod” Octopus is really from St. Thomas, but I’ve always thought they looked liked something from another world.
18 Votes
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“Reef Life”  A snapshot of Varied life on a reef. Taken i... by Steve Dolan
“Reef Life” A snapshot of Varied life on a reef. Taken in St. Lucia with Olympus TG-4
2 Votes
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While on an eco tour of Antigua, they took us to this bea... by Steve Dolan
While on an eco tour of Antigua, they took us to this beach that was made up of all shells and coral pieces.
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“Dramatic Appearance” Found this wreck in Barbados. It’s ... by Steve Dolan
“Dramatic Appearance” Found this wreck in Barbados. It’s always an eerie feeling when they appear from the cloudy water.
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date posted posted: Friday, January 11, 2019
date posted category: Wide Angle - Wrecks
date posted location: Caribbean Sea Barbados
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“Two Way Traffic” this is the actual image, but with colo... by Steve Dolan
“Two Way Traffic” this is the actual image, but with colors enhanced to show the two species of Seargent Major Damselfish and Ballyhoo, traveling in opposite directions. Taken with Olympus TG-4
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