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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Alasdair O'dell

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Caronella pellucida is a beautiful nudibranch common to the West Coast of Scotland, lighting with a snoot adds additional drama to the portrait
Fluorescence photography of an anemone in Scotland. It's not 100% known why organisms underwater omit fluorescent light. Many anemones, nudibranchs and elasmobranchs fluoresce. This shot was taen with a yellow filter and a blue Nightsea Sola UV light
This turtle stayed in the same grass patch for about three months feeding on the turtls grass. a beautiful friendly animal.
Sailfin Blennies, fighting on a shallow sand patch, Utila Bay Islands Honduras
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