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Colorfull nutibranch in Komodo. D100 in Titan housing with 60mm.
It's alwasy hard to make a good picture of Pygmee seahorses since they keep hiding as soon as you approach with a lens. This time my wife was on the other side of the gorgonian to stop it from moving away and I finally got a good shot.
I was very lucky when I saw this harlequin shrimp climbing down the edge of a sponge to get to the arm of a starfish that was lying at the bottom of it. No, I didn't put it there, but someone else may have done so before me and I just got lucky smile
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2006
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Oooooo zoom me!
Miller's Nembrotha nudibranch snacking on one of its favorite sponges. No wonder they have such beautiful blue rhinophores! D100 in a Titan Housing, Komodo.
The dive sites in Rinca near Komodo are rich with these gorgeous, freaky critters. Happily for photographers, the background is often equally colorful. This Crested Nembrotha nudibranch would fit right in as a Dr. Seuss character.
What a treat to find these dramatic Coleman's shrimp in a (relatively) slow moving Fire Urchin. A Zebra Crab was on board the same urchin, but couldn't be coaxed into the frame. D100 and 105 in a Titan housing.
 
 
 
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