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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Bahamas

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Sharks surrounding a diver - real photo, no photoshop-trick... The image was done at the Bahamas, dive spot was "shark wall" (from Stuart Cove's). Thanks to Ursula, the model and Erwin Moss, our dive buddy for the shooting from click here
The photo of this Chrinoid was taken in the Bahamas and I used my DC200 w/ digital strobes.The orange sponges and soft corals make the subject stand out.The photo was taken in 2003.
"The winner takes it all!" Wide angle close up of carribean reefsharks, taken an armlength away, but without chaingloves...
This photo was taken off Grand Bahamas Island in 2003. I used my DC200 and a single strobe to photograph this subject. I pushed many a shark off while taking this photo. There were probably 8 sharks swimming with us. No Cage!!
"just Checking" a very curious Reeef Shark. Many of them came so close I was glad to use my camera for a shieid. Adrenaline was high!!!!! Photo taken off Grand Bahamas Island.
Frogfish taken in the Bahamas...It's almost like he's posing
Here's looking at you!
shortlistedShortlisted!

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nice Photoshop, could be a real over/under (if you were lucky enough!)
Where did my friend go???
Picture actually taken in Curacao. They make iguana soup and ewwwww.....
Smile
Caribbean Reef Shark #1, was taken at roughly seventy feet with a Nikonos V underwater camera, single strobe, and wide angle lens.
This is a close up of a yellow headed Jawfish that was cleaning during a shark feed in the Bahamas
Sea snail
Parrotfish in the Bahamas
Port Lucaya beach on a beautiful sunny day
Follow the leader!
One of the most amazing things I have done in my life is swim with these majestic creatures. Truly incredible!
I love the fact that it looks like the boat is coming out of the jungle...just imagine what Gilligan would say :o)
Hybiscus
What can be more beautiful than this? Sunset in Exumas
"Say Cheese!" D2x, Ambient light
Eel
Taken with Sony Cybershot 4.1MP in color and converted to black and white
Frogfish
Dedicated videographer
Theo's Wreck in the Bahamas. First wreck dive and what an incredible shot.

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Not bad for your first wreck dive Kelly!
Predator of the night.
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