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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Adeline Wee

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Catching the sailfin blenny in action
An "alien" underwater
A slender filefish playing peek-a-boo from its hiding place.
Close up shot - centre portion of a Ralpharia Gorgoniae, top lighting.
Using a home-made snoot to highlight the eyes of the arrowhead crab.
Hypnotizing eyes of a mantis shrimp
Backlinghting the filefish illuminating the skeletal bones and using just enough front lighting to light up the eye.
A pelican is oblivious to what's happening in the background.
Corkscrew anemone providing home and shelter to different species, and many times they co-exsist in harmony.
A mantis shrimp peeping out of its hiding place before making a dash for the nearby rocks.
A pregnant spotted cleaner shrimp
Itsy bitsy sea spider
A female glass shrimp with eggs. Mum-to-be
Roughback shrimp, have to look closely just to be sure I saw them in the first place. They can grow up to max 1.15"
Gaudy clown crab blending in with the orange sponge. Camouflage is the key to survival.
When I saw this shrimp holding its ground & posing against the sponge, I knew I had to take the photo as they are usually shy and keeps moving around to hide.
Soft swaying with the flow of the current.
Pygmy Atlantic octopus
Blossom buddies
Mr Grumpy!
Glowing radiantly
Roughhead blenny (Acanthemblemaria aspera)
Spotted Anemone Shrimp - taken by stacking a x2 and a +10 diopter
Illuminating a hawkfish from the outside of a sponge.
Juvenile basketstar
Sepioteuthis sepioidea
Coupling squids
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