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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Daniel Lamborn

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When a quite an ordinary dive is turned into something extraordinary, by three Oceanic Mantas gracing us with their presence for almost the entire dive. From Mommon, West Papua, Indonesia.
The wonderful, healthy reefs of Misool!
Tofo, Mozambique - slowly approaching these two Cleaner Wrasses, busy taking care of a Lunar-tailed Bigeye. They were not bothered by my presence and I managed to get quite close. Canon 5D MkIII in Ikelite housing.
Caribbean Reef Shark cruising over the seabed, in amazing Tiger Beach, Bahamas.
Harlequin Ghost Pipefish, Anilao
The Weedy Scorpionfish, of the Rhinopias - one of the true, and rare, treasures to be found beneath the surface. Reaching up to 23 cm, and can vary considerably in color (purple, red, yellow, lavender) depending on its environment.
Saddleback Anemonefish fearlessly protecting their anemone.
There are over 3,000 known species of Nudibranchs, marine slugs that often are incredibly colorful. From a just a few millimeters up to 60 cm in size, but most commonly around a couple of centimeters. The beautiful Ardeadoris egretta is quite a large
Blue-lined Snappers, Raja Ampat
Panamic Green Moray at Isla de Coiba.
Hypselodoris Kanga couple, at Puri Jati, on the Northern coast of Bali.
A magic moment a few years ago. This beauty appearing as a big shadow in the blue and slowly passing right by.
Pink Anemonefish, Anilao
Amazing Manta encounter at Caño Island, on the Pacific side of Costa Rica. This curious beauty hovered around for amost an hour.
Western Clown Anemonefish
Chac Mool Cenote Diving.
Common Seahorse
Coconut Octopus (Amphioctopus marginatus) in its shelter, in the black lava sand of Lembeh Strait. This fascinating creature can be seen walking the bottom carrying coconut shells or seashells under its arms, until finding a safe spot where it settle
Camel Shrimp/Dancing Shrimp/Hingebeak Prawn. Just a little closer and it will give you a manicure for free.
The shallow parts around Pescador Island have some really beautiful spots with healthy corals and lots of fish.
Sardine tornado! Amazing scenes at the Sardine Run of Moalboal.
Baby Frogfish in Lembeh Strait.
Chromodoris willani.
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23 Entries Found