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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Egypt

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diver among fish and corals
Anemone fish between tentacles
Little fish on coral
Red Sea Dahab
Canon Digital ixus 400
The 'American Yacht' - Dropped down after the rest of the divers, no flash just changed the ASA rateing to 800
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2006

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I always wonder what B&W looks like in color!
Blue canyon at St Johns. One of the reefs at St Johns had these fissures criss-crossing the reef, providing a wonderful maze of gulleys to explore, leading onto open, sheltered lagoons with hard-coral gardens. My buddy - suitably awe-struck.
Peek-a-boo! I see you!
Red Sea, using Nikonos 5, single SB 105 strobe, ektachrome 100 film.
Diver portrait taken at about 6 meters with natural light.
Blue dive, cristal clear water enabled this shot.Taken with Canon 10D 15mm lens and natural light at a depth of 15 meters and about the same distance from the subject.
Original size 3072X2048
Egypt - Hurghadha - August 2005 - Nikonos RS - 13 mm - 2 Subtronic 3003 - Velvia 50 - And a lot of patience
Egypt - Hurghada, 2 September 2005. A beautiful little "box fish". Really very speedy!
Salem Express, Hyndman Reef Safaga, Egypt. original size 3072x2048

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mooooody wreck...
Lionfish
Giannis D. Divers emerging from a hull inspection. Natural light Canon 10D 15mm.
Giannis D.
Bronze Medal Bronze Medal 2005

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This wreck is a red Sea fave - well done for not doing the classic stern fisheye shot Dan
Thistlegorm's bow taken with natural light.
Distorted wagon remains on Thislegorms deck. The picture was taken with natural light and a wide angle lens.
Red Sea - Hurgada - Abu Ramada - Nikonos III 15 mm
Sharm el Sheik: clown fish in red anemon. Coolpix 5000 in Sea&Sea housing, YS 90 DX strobe
Sharm: a big napoleon and a "big" diver. Coolpix 5000, Sea&Sea housing, wide converter
Yellow Butterflyes on the Red Sea
Naama Sunset, Sharm el Sheikh
Pseudanthias squamipinnis (Lyretail fairy basslet), Egyptian Red Sea, Nikon F50 – Nikkor 20-35mm, Flash Ikelite 200 + Ai slave
Dendronephthya sp. (Soft Coral), Egyptian Red Sea, Nikon F50 – Nikkor 20-35mm, Flash Ikelite 200 + Ai slave
Diver, Egyptian Red Sea, Nikon F50 – Nikkor 20-35mm, No Flash
Salem Express Shipwreck Propeller, Egyptian Red Sea, Nikon F50 – Nikkor 28-80mm, No Flash
Salem Express Shipwreck, Egyptian Red Sea, Nikon F50 – Nikkor 28-80mm, No Flash
Dendronephthya sp. (Soft Coral), Egyptian Red Sea, Nikon F50 – Nikkor 28-80mm, Flash Ikelite 200
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