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Elegant nudibranch, Olympus Pen Epl1

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Spine-Cheek Anemone Fish in Bubble Anemone.
Anemone Shrimp.Used a Nikon D70s with Nikor 60mm Micro lense and SB105 Strobe
Bullock's Hypselodoris Laying Eggs.
"I hope the Clown with the camera leaves soon"
Leopard Chromodoris.Cropped, Used Nikon D70s with 60mm Micro Lense and Nikonos SB 105 Strobe
Pink Anemone fish near Kavieng.Used my Nikon D70s with 60mm Micro lense and SB 105 strobe
Kids watching us cave dive.Nikon D70s with 10.5 Fisheye lense and Ikelite 400 Substrobe
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2009

Final RoundThrough to 2009 awards final round judging

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An unusual subject and even more technically difficult to balance the light above and below than your standard over/under
I used my Nikon D70s with 10.5mm Fisheye to get this shot of a WW2 Japanese Jake float plane we found in Kavieng Harbour.
About 10 minutes from our base there is a patch reef with a lot of these orange/pink anemones.I used my D70s,60mm micro lense with 2x nikonos 105 strobes.One strobe flooded and died but at least I got this shot.
Diver at Albatros Passage
This is a pygmy sea horse on fan coral. This species was not discovered until relatively recently because of its small size and near perfect camoflage.
I ran across this Nautilus picture from PNG. Realized I hadn't shared this experience with you. Probably, a sight I will never see again.
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Japanese Zero, for me the most photogenic plane-wreck of the world. Perfect size, almost intact, and nothing arround it disturbing. More pics on my web click here
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2008

Final RoundThrough to 2008 awards final round judging

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zero to hero!
Hippocampus Denise ( who was Denise?) If you look closely you can see other little creatures......
composing photoshop
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The Grand Master is at it again...
Planet fish
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when a shoal becomes a fish bowl
Found in Raja Ampat. Taken wit Fuji e900
Blue Ribbon Eel. 60mm lens
Clown fish in purple tip annenome
Ceaner shrimp and the mouth of the annenome
cone shell eyeballs, I never realized they had eyes
Very small and very shy couldn't find a good match in the fish ID Book. Nikon D200, 105MM VR, dual YS110 strobes ,125th at F20
Nikon D200,105mm VR, dual YS110 strobes ,great place to shoot macro. Flat worm
Clown fish Oh No!
Found Nemo, PNG has lots of annenomies and cute clown fish
Annenome Crab
still life study
711 Entries Found: Page 21  of  27

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