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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Allyssa Arnold

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Where did my friend go???
This is a close up of a yellow headed Jawfish that was cleaning during a shark feed in the Bahamas
I love the fact that it looks like the boat is coming out of the jungle...just imagine what Gilligan would say :o)
What can be more beautiful than this? Sunset in Exumas
Why do they always run away from me when I want to take a picture.
This is a picture of Reef shark on a shark dive in the Bahamas.
This is a great picture that shows just how resilient coral is. This was one of the few delicate corals that didn't seem to be broken after the hurricane that went through cozumel.
Queen Angelfish San Fransisco Wall Cozumel
I love the way this angelfish almost glows. Exuma Islands Bahamas
Whale Shark Smiling Exumas Bahamas
Here is a great picture of a cool little fish in Cabo.
Ready set DRAW...a standoff in the Bahamas
This was taken while I was looking through a hole in the reef in the Exuma Islands, Bahamas.
I love this picture of a Caribbean Reef shark that I took during a shark feed while on the Aquacat Liveaboard Cruise. It almost seems like you can feel the sharks rough skin.
A cool picture in B&W of some butterfly fish. It was taken off Cabo San Lucas
This is a lionfish that it is believed was released onto the reef. We found it at the bottom of a mooring at the lost blue ocean hole near New Providence Island in the Bahamas.
This is a picture that was taken in the Sea of Cortez of a spotted moray...but if you look closely you can also see some gobies. I like it because it has hidden images, and you have to look closely to see them.
Whale shark that swam with us for 3 hours on an Aquacat Cruise on Jan 1st 2006. What a way to start the new year!!
Wreck of the Austin Smith. Aquacat Liveaboard trip. Jan 6 2006
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