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

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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Arabian Sea

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This was on the last night on the liveaboard we were staying on. There were only a handful of divers around. I was lucky to get this shot of one of the photographers getting some closeup shot of the whale shark. Shot on canon r5 in a nauticam housing
Manta @ night
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Gold on velvet
Did you know that clownfish (Nemo) have many relatives in different parts of the world?
Nurse Shark close up in the Maldives.
Black-footed Anemonefish in the Maldives.
Using motion blur to create abstract images.
Bignose Unicornfish in the Maldives
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Anemones don't sting..... see!
I can't ever get enough of trying to capture fun images of anemone fish as they playfully and shyly play peak-a-boo with me.
Motion blur technique with schooling Bannerfish in the Maldives.
Yellowmargin Triggerfish in the Maldives.
Moray Eels in the Maldives.
A pair of White Collar Butterflyfish photographed in the Maldives.
This longjaw squirlfish was rather shy, but couldn't resist to come and peep around the corner.
During nightdive, I wasn't going for crab's but couldn't resist this one on his throne. Taken with Nikon 1 camera.
Did you know that Scleractinia (also stony corals or hard corals), are marine animals that build their own skeleton and that corals, like the dome and plate species, are more bulky and may only grow 0.3 to 2 cm (0.1 to 0.8 in) per year?
Night dancer
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Gotham needs Batman
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God said, Let there be light
The Gentle Giant of the Arabian Gulf
The Mighty WhaleShark
Encountered a curious shrimp during the dives in Maldives.
Manta Ray in Hanifaru Bay, Baa Atoll taken with Olympus TG1. The sun appeared through the clouds causing the mantas reflection while this gentle giant glided past me.
Lined Blenny (Ecsenius lineatus)
Lined Blenny deep in a wormhole
One of the Many Whale sharks gathering offshore of Qatar
Red and Sparkling, Whip Coral Goby
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