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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Atlantic (North American coastal) (4)

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Barracuda on French Reef at Key Largo National Marine Sanctuary
By Steven Daniel
posted Sunday, June 29, 2008
90 votes

Rock Beauty shot on Wreck of the Benwood in Key Largo Marine Sanctuary
By Steven Daniel
posted Tuesday, July 1, 2008
88 votes

Stop Light Parrot Fish shot on the wreck of the Benwood Key Largo Fl In the National Marine Sanctuary
By Steven Daniel
posted Thursday, July 3, 2008
84 votes

Scrawled Filefish French Reef in The Florida Keys Marine Sancuary off Key Largo
By Steven Daniel
posted Wednesday, July 2, 2008
80 votes

I took a very rare photo of a blanket octopus. These are nearly impossible to find as they mainly stay in the gulfstream.  This was in about 30 feet of water off Key Largo.
By Stephen Hamedl
posted Saturday, March 5, 2011
70 votes

Rock Beauty shot on French Reef off  Key Largo in the National Marine Sanctuary
By Steven Daniel
posted Friday, July 4, 2008
69 votes

Cornet fish using a wide and Sony NEX5 during a photo class in Key Largo FL.
By Marvin Acey
posted Monday, September 19, 2011
67 votes

Gray Angle Fish shot on Molasis Reef in the Florida Keys Marine Sanctuary
By Steven Daniel
posted Saturday, July 5, 2008
66 votes

Atlantic Spadefish, common in South Florida.  Photo taken with an Olympus E-520 and twin Inon strobes, converted to black & white in photoshop.
By Steve Jarocki, Jr.
posted Monday, March 30, 2009
63 votes

Jawfish with eggs about to hatch
By Suzan Meldonian
posted Sunday, August 21, 2011
58 votes
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An oceanic white tip shark's dorsal fin breaks the surfac... by Brent Barnes
An oceanic white tip shark's dorsal fin breaks the surface near a boat in an split level shot at Cat Island in the Bahamas
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date posted posted: Wednesday, October 7, 2015
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) Bahamas
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Nothing like a closeup with a Tiger Shark. This image was taken during a recent trip to Tiger Beach, Bahamas.
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date posted posted: Wednesday, September 30, 2015
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) Bahamas
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Sand Tiger Shark, Morehead City, North Carolina. by Nicholas Godfrey
Sand Tiger Shark, Morehead City, North Carolina.
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date posted posted: Wednesday, September 23, 2015
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) United States
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Orange Frilled anemone up close.  Coastal New England by Chris Miskavitch
Orange Frilled anemone up close. Coastal New England
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Sandbar Shark-Jupiter,Florida. by Richard Goluch
Sandbar Shark-Jupiter,Florida.
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date posted posted: Wednesday, September 23, 2015
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) United States
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Reef Squid (Sepioteuthis sepioidea) at Blue Heron Bridge by Nicholas Godfrey
Reef Squid (Sepioteuthis sepioidea) at Blue Heron Bridge
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The darkness of night brings on another side of peaceful reef and Lemon Sharks. Never a worry just a different look!
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date posted posted: Friday, September 18, 2015
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) Bahamas
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Let's see those teeth!
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date posted posted: Monday, September 14, 2015
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) Bahamas
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This big Tiger Shark is one of many that patrol Tiger Beach off West End Bahamas
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date posted posted: Monday, September 14, 2015
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) Bahamas
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Diver paused for a minute to say hello to a Horseshoe Crab that was passing by.
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Green Pipefish Blue Heron Bridge by Mark Sagovac
Green Pipefish Blue Heron Bridge
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date posted posted: Monday, September 7, 2015
date posted category: Wide Angle - Close Focus
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) United States
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Skate Eye....as a flat fish on the bottom they must need this specialized "eye lid" to keep sand and other debris out?!
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Sad eyes.....just trying to blend in.....
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Small moray eel
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Seahorse from "under the Bridge"
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Life under the rock.....Frilled Anemone and fish making a home in this swim through of New England coast.
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Perfect conditions and lots of sharks helped make a great dive at Shark Paradise off West End Bahamas
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date posted posted: Sunday, August 30, 2015
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) Bahamas
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Typical sight of the coast of New England.....Lobster pot came to rest on a granite ledge in about 40 feet....Look closely and you can see an unfortunate lobster in the trap.....
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Big black eyes
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Cupcoral
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date posted posted: Friday, August 28, 2015
date posted category: Macro - not swimming
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) United States
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Green moray
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date posted posted: Friday, August 28, 2015
date posted category: Wide Angle - Marine Life
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) United States
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Abundance
Sand tiger sharks and bait fish congregate above the wreck of the Caribsea off the coast of North Carolina
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Sneaky but but very active are the Lemon Sharks at night while diving at Tiger Beach
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date posted posted: Friday, August 21, 2015
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) Bahamas
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We've Got You Surrounded
A sand tiger shark is surrounded by bait fish on the wreck of the Caribsea off the coast of North Carolina.
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Car pooling or hitch hiking the Lemon Sharks and friends all have somewhere to be a Tiger Beach Bahamas
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date posted posted: Tuesday, August 18, 2015
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) Bahamas
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Traffic Patterns
I can't help but wonder how the sand tiger sharks figure out which direction they're going to go, or which group they're going to hang out with.
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Shimmering Sand Tiger
The skin of a sand tiger shark has a shimmering, almost metallic quality to it. Taken on the wreck of the Caribsea off the coast of North Carolina.
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