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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Atlantic

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The ever changing colors of a cuttlefish due to their chromophobes
Blue Shark in monochrome...
Close up of a spiny sea star revealing its armor It is an enthusiastic predator especially of mussels
Close up of a sea urchin
The Feast
Arthropods gathering at the outlet of blue choirboys to feast on its waste products
Reflection of the diver in the eye of an octopus
A touch of Blue
The Blue Spotted Klipfish
While diving down, I shot this using a borrowed Canon - I love the colours, beams of light and the fragmented sun.
Sea cucumber
False Bay, Cape Peninsula, South Africa
Swimming through silversides
Gold Medal Gold Medal 2018

Final RoundThrough to 2018 awards final round judging
Frilled Nudibranchs pairng up
The Frilled Nudibranch
Common to the Cape Peninsula on both sides of the Atlantic sea
A twin-crowned nudibranch parent with its eggs
The rare walking sea-anemone is unique to both sides of the Cape Peninsula. Only one other member of the family occurs in the Antartic and Chile. Their favoured food is the multicolored sea fan
Sun-burst soft coral (m. capensis) is the the only species of this genus and occurs in South African waters
Hermanus Bay. When all your dive group doesn't want to jump in because they are too cold .. and you take the plunge and enjoy this
Close up wide angle
El Meridian
Mythical woman
Title: Sharks Anonymous
Nudibranch - Hermanus
Connection with the underwater nature
Blue shark :-)
Blue Lobsters are a rare sight....But times you can find those who seem to at least have the blue coloring....This fellow looks like he wanted to be blue but never made it all the way.
Night Dive off the coast of New England...Divers shine their lights into the darkness and if you are still and have patience new friends often come to check you out.
This stone crab looks like its trying to decide if to give up the rocks for this "lost Pot" for a new home. Often Lobster pots are lost to bad weather but ironically become homes to many animals after.
A beautiful Great Hammerhead Shark
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