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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Grenada

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Taken on a wreck dive in Grenada with 60mm lens, ikelite underwater housing for canon rebel t3i with dome.
This ball of bristle was filmed in Grenada off a wreck dive
eagle rays
Frog fish hiding on the back of the Veronica L wreck!
Lizard Fish
Christine alongside the Veronica L in Grenada.
Grenadian sculpture of young boy with pink sponges and tunicates. Growth after 4 years.
Trumpety blues
Octopus playing with a shell spotted a few metres off the beach. Taken with a Canon G9 in Canon housing.
It is in the sand so if you can find it I would be most greatful
2m long nurse shark resting at the bottom of the Hema, Grenada, WI. Taken with a Canon G9 in Canon housing.
Red Stonefish lurking at the bottom of Kahonee Reef, Grenada, WI. Taken with a Canon G9 in Canon Housing.
Faces in the sand
Underwater Sculpture Park 15' - 25' / 5m - 8m Grenada well worth a vist.
Pair of turtles spotted mating on the surface, Grenada WI (Caribbean side). We were on an unpowered yacht and so were able to get pretty close without disturbing them.
anchor pin
Cray fish tentacles
Seahorse spotted on the Veronica L wreck, Grenada WI. Taken with a Canon G9 with canon housing.
Close-up of a nurse shark and King Crab. Taken at Shark Reef, Grenada, WI with Canon G9 and Canon housing.
In Grenada doing some diving. Summer is the time of tropical waves, the mother of depressions, and tropical cyclones. This was a wave.
Deep dive on "Bianca C" Grenada, WI
Habit of necessity..
An algae bloom gave the water at a 100' the greenish cast. The dive was on the "Bianca C", also known as the "Titanic of the Caribbean."
Usually very timid, I found by lying on the bottom and moving slow I was able to get close. It was like watching ballet.
hard and soft....I like the various shapes and textures of the hard and soft corals, and here was also the color variations.
My dive master said he has nvere seen an Eagle Ray resting on the bottom. The broken tail and cresecent shaped pieice missing from its port (left) wing seems ti indicate a close call with an 'unfriendly'.
just in case......
touched...
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