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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Pierre Mineau

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Alien a.k.a. Spearing mantis
Cleaner shrimp waiting for its next customer
Grizzly having a lunch of mussels in the shell in tidal zone.
Grizzly having a lunch of mussels in the shell in tidal zone.
Who's bigger now. An interesting play on size and distance.
Alligator fish (flathead) served on a bed of sea lettuce.
Vlaming's unicorn fish at cleaning station
The original hard hat divers. Dippers walk on stream bottoms using their wings as hydrofoils to keep themselves 'weighted down'. They are able to pick aquatic invertebrates from under rocks etc...
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Wrong way buddy!
With a compact camera and wet lens, one is not able to do over-unders in focus ... but I still like the results with surface reflections.
Juvenile frog fish
Anemone shrimp - probably Periclimenes holthuisi - doing what it does best: making it difficult to get its entire body in the focal plane.
Glaucous-winged gull against Saturna Island cliff face, Salish sea.
A very inquisitive little fellow.
Coming in to a landing.
Colours of crinoids. There are probably more than 500 recognised species of these intriguing echinoderms.
School is in.
Hairy squat lobster hiding deep in the folds of a giant sponge barrel.
Sony RX100 iii with stacked diopters.
Hairy squat lobster hiding deep in the folds of a giant barrel sponge.
Minuscule coral hermit crab removing plankton from its feathery antenna it swings around to catch supper ( I think!)
Cleaning time
Nudi (Chromodoris bullocki) on the move.
Ms. Titan
Harbour seal coming up from the depths.
Peacock flounder in the shallows
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