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This energetic boy was very artistic. His dance was like a solo ballet.
By Reiko Takahashi
posted (Last month)
21 votes

Raggietooth shark
By Marco Calvani
posted (Last month)
16 votes

Sea Lion playing around, Magdalena México
By Alejandro Topete
posted (last week)
16 votes

I encountered this baby humpback in Tonga , this year. I stayed there for about half a month, but I have a stronger impression than any whale I have ever met. Even though new born calf was curious and played well with me.
By Reiko Takahashi
posted (Last month)
15 votes

The Hunt Continues
By Henley Spiers
posted (Last month)
11 votes

Zambesi roaming all around and under me
By Marco Calvani
posted (last week)
11 votes

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A pair of Australian fur seals frolic in the sunlight at Narooma, NSW, Australia.
Photo taken with Olympus OMD EM1 Markii & Fisheye 8mm T1.8
By Kim Ramsay
posted (last week)
9 votes

Our little blue hole in Baa Atoll...more of a chimney with entries.
By Joerg Blessing
posted (3 days ago)
9 votes

Checking out a whale (taken under permit)
By Arun Madisetti
posted (Last month)
8 votes

Banded Butterfly on a reef in the Bahamas. Taken with Olympus TG-4
By Steve Dolan
posted (Last month)
7 votes
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Underwater Photo Contest | Wide Angle - Natural Light (no strobe)

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shots taken using ambient light i.e. unlit by flash or continuous lighting like HID but filters on the lens are allowed if declared
Being in the water with Orcas / killer whales is nothing ... by Robert Smits
Being in the water with Orcas / killer whales is nothing short of amazing! It is a very special feeling to be in the water with these highly intelligent blackfish!
4 Votes
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Full of sea Lions, Magdalena México
3 Votes
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Our little blue hole in Baa Atoll...more of a chimney with entries.
9 Votes
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Sunlight just near the coastline by Eduard Bello
Sunlight just near the coastline
2 Votes
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Coconut tree through Snell's window
6 Votes
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Angelita & Diver
Nikon D810, Nikonos RS 13mm by Nick Blake
Angelita & Diver
Nikon D810, Nikonos RS 13mm
5 Votes
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raggies by Marco Calvani
raggies
2 Votes
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TANGO
A pair of Australian fur seals frolic in the sunli... by Kim Ramsay
TANGO
A pair of Australian fur seals frolic in the sunlight at Narooma, NSW, Australia.
Photo taken with Olympus OMD EM1 Markii & Fisheye 8mm T1.8
9 Votes
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Sea Lion playing around, Magdalena México
16 Votes
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Zambesi roaming all around and under me by Marco Calvani
Zambesi roaming all around and under me
11 Votes
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Freedivers by Hansruedi Wuersten
Freedivers
3 Votes
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Clear water, awesome views. by Eduard Bello
Clear water, awesome views.
7 Votes
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Checking out a whale (taken under permit) by Arun Madisetti
Checking out a whale (taken under permit)
8 Votes
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Spotted Moray just off shore in st. Thomas. Taken with Ol... by Steve Dolan
Spotted Moray just off shore in st. Thomas. Taken with Olympus TG-4.
3 Votes
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Hitchhikers, Sperm Whale calves are capable of diving to ... by Arun Madisetti
Hitchhikers, Sperm Whale calves are capable of diving to 400m within a few months, they and juveniles carry remora. Adults dont. Image under permit
3 Votes
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Christmas Tree Worms in the Bahamas. Taken with Olympus T... by Steve Dolan
Christmas Tree Worms in the Bahamas. Taken with Olympus TG-4.
5 Votes
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Always around, turtles by Eduard Bello
Always around, turtles
7 Votes
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Wide view... by Eduard Bello
Wide view...
5 Votes
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School of Brown Chromis at Anse Cochon Reef in St. Lucia.... by Steve Dolan
School of Brown Chromis at Anse Cochon Reef in St. Lucia. Taken with TG-4
2 Votes
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I encountered this baby humpback in Tonga , this year. I stayed there for about half a month, but I have a stronger impression than any whale I have ever met. Even though new born calf was curious and played well with me.
15 Votes
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The Hunt Continues by Henley Spiers
The Hunt Continues
11 Votes
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Banded Butterfly on a reef in the Bahamas. Taken with Oly... by Steve Dolan
Banded Butterfly on a reef in the Bahamas. Taken with Olympus TG-4
7 Votes
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This energetic boy was very artistic. His dance was like a solo ballet.
shortlistedShortlisted!
21 Votes
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Raggietooth shark by Marco Calvani
Raggietooth shark
16 Votes
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I dived for the first time in Cenote. Although I had diving in the cave before, it was my first time such a beautiful and mysterious experience.
12 Votes
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A scorpion fish, expertly camouflaged against the rocks. ... by Kayla Ferguson
A scorpion fish, expertly camouflaged against the rocks. Taken with only a red filter on a GoPro HERO4
4 Votes
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I dived for the first time in Cenote. Although I had diving in the cave before, it was my first time such a beautiful and mysterious experience.
9 Votes
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