Search the Contest

Entries by Category
Entries by Sea
Entries by Country
or enter search text

forum forum Stats Portfolios Annual Medal Winners slide show Annual Medal Winners spam voting policy photo contest RSS feed rules

Weekly Hotshot

Week 20 winner

weekly hotshot click to zoom

by Tommy Harivaldo

a frogfish with a nudibranch, together side by side. even different species, but they need each others. just like us.

Monthly Winners

April Winner

monthly hotshot click to zoom

by Margriet Tilstra


Last Month's HotShots...


Hotshot stats...
Glenn Ian Villanueva (2nd place)
Magali Marquez (3rd place)
Upload a Photo

Our UW photo contest is the longest running and most prestigious online. If you want to make a name for yourself this is THE place to do it. See some famous publications about winning photos.

How the Contest Works?

Underwater Photo Contest Entries From South Africa

2817 Entries Found: Page 4  of  105
Shall we look for a new home?
Shark anatomy
Stop killing sharks
Our restless mind
We try to think positively to experience harmony (black and white, right). But our mind is roaming and peace of mind (the colored meadow, left) is constantly disturbed by doubts and fears (shark)
"Sparkle"
A Raggie gathering at Cathedral
shortlistedShortlisted!
"Tango"
shortlistedShortlisted!
"Celerity"
"Raw"
shortlistedShortlisted!
The beauty of the Feather Duster Worm
Ocean Basket
Basket star on a palmate sea fan
In a bed of Roses.
Basket Star in a bed of orange soft coral
Reaching for Gold
Basket star's arms stretching out on scrolled false coral
Common dolphins cruising past following a mobile baitball - Sardine Run South Africa 2019
Unfolding sea-anemone revealing the less known side of it.
shortlistedShortlisted!
Rock pool with sandy anemones
Gas flame nudibranchs occur on both sides of the Cape Peninsula. They are highly variable in color from pale, yellow to dark blue tips. They feed on bryozoans and are the hallmark of The Cape Peninsula’s Nudibranchs.
The rare and endangered tiger rock cod. What a beautiful creature
Bed of Thorns
Sea anemone with a background bed of brittle stars
shortlistedShortlisted!
In which direction do these blue banded snappers really want to swim ?
Strangled
Brittle stars interwoven with a palmate sea fan
A hawksbill turtle is sharing its meal with a goldbar wrasse
I know the right direction
I met this friendly guy at Sodwana Bay Marine Park
Sharing a meal
Palmate sea fan at a newly discovered dive site in the middle of False Bay, Cape Peninsula
In Amazement
Scuba diver is amazed by the beauty of a small clown fish
2817 Entries Found: Page 4  of  105

dive sites Dive sites for South Africa