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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Solomon Sea

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American Hellcat from WW2 taken at Gizo, Solomon Islands using a Nikon D7000.
A lonely Grey Reef Shark taken off Munda, Solomon Islands using a Nikon D7000.
"Hellcat resting". Wreck of a US Hellcat fighter, near Gizo, Solomon Islands.
Purple Nudi
PNG Coral
BlackJack B17 Bomber wreck. 160' depth
Shot with Magic Filter. And then white balanced post as I could not white balance at that depth b/c of lack of light.
Mantis Shrimp
Exploring the Wheel House of the Nippo Maru in Truk Lagoon
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Grey Reef Shark. Nikon D700 in Aquatica Housing, SB900 in Subal Housing and two Inon Z240 Strobes.
Dinner time.
Star. tufi, Milne Bay, PNG
Spriabranchus - Tufi, Milne Bay, PNG
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School of Barracudas
The unusual blonde hair of some of the local children found on numerous islands. Their parents were bringing fruit and vegies to our live aboard.
Nemo, home with his beautiful Anemone D300 - 60 mm
Anemone
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Juvenile Three-spot dascyllus
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More beautiful reefs of The Solomon Sea. Nikon D300,Tokina 10-17
Butterfly fish of every species in these waters
Brilliant fans of Solomons
More schooling jacks at barracuda point. D300-Tokina 10-17mm
Tridacna, giant clams of the South Pacific, are luminous, fascinating creatures and seem to glow underwater. I shot this macro image with a Nikonos V, 28mm lens, Aquatica extension tubes, and SB105 Speedlight.
One of many different flat worms in the Solomon Sea.
Family affair
I've only found red sea anemone in the Solomon Islands, it made a great background for the fish. D300 - 60mm
Signal Goby with his mate ready to run. D300-60mm
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