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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Papua New Guinea

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Entries to the annual contest close 31st December 2019

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Planet fish
By Giuseppe Piccioli
posted Sunday, September 14, 2008
72 votes

Prop Der Yang, Sony W200 Wreck of the Der Yang in Kavieng from a new angle with Michelle posing beautifully as always.
By Steve Blume
posted Tuesday, October 30, 2007
60 votes

First dive in the morning, boat tied up above the wreck
By Ben Joubert
posted Tuesday, September 20, 2011
56 votes

Pipefish
By Ben Joubert
posted Wednesday, September 21, 2011
53 votes

'CLEAR & PRESENT DANGER' Oceanic Silvertip. New Hanover Island, PNG. Housed Nikon F; 24mm Nikkor lens. Enjoy!
By Rick Tegeler
posted Tuesday, October 24, 2006
52 votes

Cirque de Soleil in PNG. Kids in PNG don't have parks with swings & slides to play on, and the stern rope from the boat provides them hours of entertainment.
By Ben Joubert
posted Wednesday, September 21, 2011
52 votes

'RHINO' Rhinopias. Loloata Island, Port Moresby, PNG. From my 'Fish Portraits from Around the World' series. Housed Nikon F; 55mm auto-micro Nikkor lens. Enjoy!
By Rick Tegeler
posted Monday, September 18, 2006
46 votes

Swirls of fish under the dock
By Larissa Roorda
posted Wednesday, July 4, 2012
44 votes

'RABAUL ZERO' Almost fully intact Zero in Simpson Bay, Rabaul. Natural light at 140' in 'gin clear' water. Little or no coral as no current in the flooded caldera. Had to snorkle out then drop in on it. Housed Nikon F; 24mm Nikkor lens. Enjoy!
By Rick Tegeler
posted Tuesday, October 31, 2006
43 votes

Pleourobranch
By Aleksandr Marinicev
posted Tuesday, March 4, 2008
43 votes
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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Papua New Guinea

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Cardinalfish. Pocket Olympus camera. by Sam Taylor
Cardinalfish. Pocket Olympus camera.
9 Votes
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Portrait of a Blackspot hawkfish. Nikon D-70 w 60mm lens, by Sam Taylor
Portrait of a Blackspot hawkfish. Nikon D-70 w 60mm lens,
8 Votes
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Baby Spinecheek Anemonefish by Sam Taylor
Baby Spinecheek Anemonefish
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Spinecheek anemonefish portrait. Nikons 5 macro framer & ... by Sam Taylor
Spinecheek anemonefish portrait. Nikons 5 macro framer & tube (1-2)
5 Votes
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Chromodoris magnifica. Nikonos 5 with 35mm lens & 3/1 Mac... by Sam Taylor
Chromodoris magnifica. Nikonos 5 with 35mm lens & 3/1 Macro framer.
3 Votes
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Blue Ribbon Eel portrait. Kimbe bay by Sam Taylor
Blue Ribbon Eel portrait. Kimbe bay
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This shot is dedicated to our friend Bob Halstead. We had... by Sam Taylor
This shot is dedicated to our friend Bob Halstead. We had a few lusty debates about this fish, it's proper name, habits etc... miss u already Bob. .....
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Japanese mini-sub lying parallel to the Taisho Maru Wreck... by Sam Taylor
Japanese mini-sub lying parallel to the Taisho Maru Wreck, New Britain island, Kavieng area
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Porcelain Crab close up by Sam Taylor
Porcelain Crab close up
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Kiddi, local guide amongst the Jacks Kimbe bay PNG by Sam Taylor
Kiddi, local guide amongst the Jacks Kimbe bay PNG
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Hopper laying eggs (Siphopteron sp.) by Goni Boller
Hopper laying eggs (Siphopteron sp.)
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Nautilus Pompilus. Nikonos 5, 15mm lens by Sam Taylor
Nautilus Pompilus. Nikonos 5, 15mm lens
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My favourite 'small fish' the Longnosed hawkfish by Sam Taylor
My favourite 'small fish' the Longnosed hawkfish
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The Seas Flora and Fauna
4 Votes
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A beautiful little siphopteron (S. tigrinum) from a recen... by Bill Van Antwerp
A beautiful little siphopteron (S. tigrinum) from a recent trip to PNG.
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Hello
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Blue
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Cheeeeeeese
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Too cute
13 Votes
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Denise pygmy seahorse portrait by Ludovic Galko-Rundgren
Denise pygmy seahorse portrait
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Fusiliers schooling on Tania's reef by Ludovic Galko-Rundgren
Fusiliers schooling on Tania's reef
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Deacon reef sunlight by Ludovic Galko-Rundgren
Deacon reef sunlight
13 Votes
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Cyerce Nigra nudibranch closeup by Ludovic Galko-Rundgren
Cyerce Nigra nudibranch closeup
12 Votes
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deacon reef shallows under the tree canopy. by Ludovic Galko-Rundgren
deacon reef shallows under the tree canopy.
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Glow
15 Votes
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Witch Doctor — Barney’s Reef, Fathers Reef, Papua New Guinea
A barrel sponge festooned with dozens of colorful crinoids. Taking a hard upward angle allowed me to capture a small sliver of the reefs fish population.
8 Votes
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First trip to PNG, I suspect not my last. The trip redefi... by Billy Watson
First trip to PNG, I suspect not my last. The trip redefined unspoiled and diverse life. Abounding fish populations added to the wonder. Tried a number of occasions to convince myself to switch to my 100mm but the wide-angle was just too good!
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28 Votes
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709 Entries Found: Page 1  of  27