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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Leah Sindel

24 Entries Found
Injo, the spectacula Raja Ampat dive guide
Flasher Scorpionfish
Paguritta sp
Solenostomus paradoxus
Lure up
Flabellina on a limb
Spindly Eyebrows
Octopus house
Saggy Face
The most camouflage creature in existence - Camposcia retusa
Pipefish sp. in the seagrass, and help identifying him much appreciated. He was 3 - 4 cm in length, taken in 4 meters on a sandy slope. Taken at Sekotong, Lombok.
Double ribbon
Purple anthias
Ghostpipe in the grass
Amphiprion percula stares down the Tokina.
Dancing under the dock
Green-eyed sole
Lionfish fencing with antennae - this pair seemed to be trying to rid themselves of parasites (?) on antennae.
Shrunken Skull (or Head of a Crocodile Snake Eel.)
Mating mandarinfish with eggs
Mouth-brooding Cardinalfish require some patience to shoot, but can provide some very rewarding glimpses of their young when they shuffle their eggs. Taken in Wakatobi under the Wangi Wangi jetty with Nikon D200 and 105m lens.
Schooling fish, and glassfish on a coral bommie in particular are a favourite subject of mine. Taken in Gili Meno, Lombok with Nikon D200 and Tokina 10 - 17.
24 Entries Found