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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Ann Donahue

26 Entries Found
The anemones in Bonaire are often full of shrinps like this one.
A young Batfish getting a good cleaning in the shallows in the Solomon Islands.
Crocodile fish staring at me from the reef in Wakatobi
A cute redlip blennie smiling for the camera at the house reef of the Divi in Bonaire.
A diver just off the Yap divers boat on top of a reef in the crystal clear waters of Micronesia.
Sexy Shrimps are abundant in the anemones in Bonaire. This one was particularly posing sexy for me!
I love Xmas tree worms and this one has such unusual colours!
A view of the shallows on a beautiful Wakatoobi reef
A cplourful example of the beauty of the reefs in the Solomon islands: crinoid and anthias
Flaming Beard
A close-up look at a perched bearded scorpion fish.
Crinoid on Fan
A wide open crinoid perfectly perched on a fan in the Solomon Islands
Reef Scene
I was focusing on the cuttlefish when a school of Batfish swam by to complete the reef scene!
Crinoid Wave
A close-up look at a Crinoid arm.
Glowing Anemone
It was easy to spot this vibrant tube anemone in the black sand of Dumaguete.
Motherly Care
This Pink Anemone fish is fining over its eggs to oxygenate them.
Feather duster worm reaching out
A bright feather duster worm brightening up a bleak background.
Scorpion Fish Taco!
This young Wobbegong shark was lying in a vase coral which provided a colourful background and made its delicate "tassels" really stand out!
Colour Blast!
I found this interesting background on a wreck in the Solomons and then this Toby came and posed nicely for me!
Eel peeking out of corals with Christmas Tree worms.
2 beautiful reef sharks happen to cross and block the sunball while clouds and a shadow of the boat is visible through the calm surface. Having so much natural light coming through the clear water, I turned off my strobes and captured this effect.
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Looks like an eye but what is it? It's the underside of a Triton Shell with the foot of the animal showing!
A perfect day to shoot sharks silhouettes in Yap: calm, sunny, clear waters.
Colourful upside down Jellyfish shot in Yap during an afternoon dive at Slow and Easy, a great macro spot!
Perfect for a blue Christmas! Double Christmas tree worms shot in Yap on a gorgeous drift dive!
Coral polyps reflection captured in a Nassau Grouper eye.
26 Entries Found