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Ambon scorpionfish in Anilao

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Anemone Fish in a Red Anemone
Caught this guy chilling on top of this orange sponge. Totally forgot his name... oh yah, now I remember... Fred wink
Diver silhouette
Divers at the Der Yang. Nikon D 300 with 1 x Nikonos SB 105 and 1 x Ikelite 160 strobe and a Nikon 10,5 mm Fisheye lense.
Mantis Shrimp
Squid feeding in the stern lights
Diver seen through a wall of reef fish
Gearing up for a cave dive.
Clown Fish in Green Anemone.I found this Anemone at the end of a dive and only had a few minutes to take a few photos. I used my Nikon D 300 with a 60 mm macro lense and 2 x Strobes, a Nikonos SB 105 and an Ikelite 160
This Bubble Shell stood out very well on the black volcanic sand
Cirque de Soleil in PNG. Kids in PNG don't have parks with swings & slides to play on, and the stern rope from the boat provides them hours of entertainment.
First dive in the morning, boat tied up above the wreck
Anemone Crab
Shrimp on a whip/rope coral
Curious Grey Angelfish
Clown Nudi (my name for it), just another one of the many colourful Nudi's
Blenny being curious as always
Locals getting dinner
Colourful Reef
Final RoundThrough to 2011 awards final round judging
At first, when I took the shot, I thought the two shrimp were cleaning the parrotfish, but zooming in on the pic, it looks more like the shrimp on the right was eating the one on the left because the head & eyes are missing! Is this possible?
Blue Eyes
Blue Ribbon Eel
711 Entries Found: Page 11  of  27

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