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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Maldives

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Bignose Unicornfish in the Maldives
Lionfish Sunburst
This green turtle found a very comfortable black coral bush.
Alimatha island . The pier
Nurse Shark
Nikon D800E , 16mm , two strobo
Anemones don't sting..... see!
I can't ever get enough of trying to capture fun images of anemone fish as they playfully and shyly play peak-a-boo with me.
Zebra and leopard pattern in an oriental sweetlip
Motion blur technique with schooling Bannerfish in the Maldives.
Yellowmargin Triggerfish in the Maldives.
Beautiful young green turtle
Early morning dive. Two small creatures appeared on fron of me as aliens. This is how I felt - first meeting with UFO :-)
Nurse Sark . alimatha
Nikon d800e , 16mm , two strobo
Moray Eels in the Maldives.
A pair of White Collar Butterflyfish photographed in the Maldives.
This longjaw squirlfish was rather shy, but couldn't resist to come and peep around the corner.
Portrait nurse shark.
Alimatha . maldives
Motion blur in the Maldives.
the trio is back again
Nurseshark line up
Reefscape and best Buddy ;-)
Manta Ray in Maldives
Stingray flight
While the hardcore in the shallows got hit badly by the 2016 bleaching, the soft corals are as beautiful as ever on the deeper reefs
AntHias playing under the ray of lights and the Sun illuminating the background.
Star with a perfect match with the sweetlips. The composition made by the nature.
Honeycomb moray eel
Most shallow hard corals have unfortunately suffered bleaching in Maldives. But once you descend a few meters the soft corals are super nice and coral cover gets much better.
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