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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

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Stardust on nudi. by Francesco Pacienza
Stardust on nudi.
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19 Votes
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Common Octopus by Kate Jonker
Common Octopus
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A RAY OF LIGHT. The sun has found it's way through the ro... by Michael James Sealey
A RAY OF LIGHT. The sun has found it's way through the rock to illuminate this cave. The ray of light and reflections are natural light, I only used a flash to illuminate the caves ceiling.
21 Votes
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Antarctic octocoral, Paragorgia sp. photographed in Stromness Bay, South Georgia, where Sir Earnest Shackleton completed his heroic journey to find rescue for his men. This delicate species is fairly uncommon at the sites I dive.
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