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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Turks and Caicos islands (2)

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Kissing under the ocean. A couple of porcupine fish caught in the act! Taken in 60ft of water at 100ft distance with digital zoom. No wide angle. Turks & Caicos, at dive site called Eel Garden. Nice!
By Thierry Tremblay
posted Tuesday, February 28, 2006
49 votes

I was doing silhouettes of the fan, when the Eagle Ray appeared in my viewfinder... and a couple divers chasing it with cameras.
By Ben Joubert
posted Saturday, September 10, 2011
48 votes

Arrow Crab
By Ben Joubert
posted Thursday, September 22, 2011
40 votes

Night dive, 105mm macro lens, found this Flamingo Tongue perched on the end of a soft gorgonian
By Ben Joubert
posted Saturday, August 27, 2011
39 votes

I saw this guy coming toward me, and I knew he would be gone in a flash when he sees me, so hid behind a coral head and he went right over me... and for those of you wondering... yes... I was holding my breath :P
By Ben Joubert
posted Tuesday, October 4, 2011
37 votes

When the reef sharks get curious, and you've got your 105mm macro on the camera, this is what you get.
By John Scott Mcgougan
posted Friday, June 20, 2008
35 votes

Pregnant caribbean reef shark under the T&C Agressor
By Andy Lerner
posted Sunday, June 12, 2011
31 votes

Didn't think I could get this close, but pushed my luck anyway, and he didn't even move.
By Ben Joubert
posted Saturday, September 17, 2011
29 votes

Lobster in the Spotlight
By Barbara Schilling
posted Thursday, June 25, 2009
28 votes

Friendly grouper
By Andy Lerner
posted Monday, June 13, 2011
28 votes
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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Turks and Caicos islands

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Squid. Nice details on tentacles. Nikon 105.
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Squid with HDR toning.
11 Votes
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Beautifully colored Caribbean Lobster.
5 Votes
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One of the few times my NIkon 105mm auto-focused rapidly, allowing me to snap off a nice shot of this guy.
11 Votes
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Invisible
16 Votes
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Kissing Cousins.
13 Votes
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Pipehorse shot taken with Nikon 105mm and SubSea 10X. I was able to lay in the sand and steady the lens for this difficult shot. 1/250 @ f32.
9 Votes
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Secretary blenny. Nikon 105 mm and SubSEa 5X diopter.
18 Votes
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My first encounter with a sea horse. Down to 600 lbs. of air when spotted. No time for playing with exposure or composition, but I got off some shots.
14 Votes
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Up close with a shark. Very happy with the details in the skin.
12 Votes
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Tunicates. NIkon 105 mm and SubSea 5X diopter.
18 Votes
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Secretary blenny in sponge. Nice eye lashes! Nikon 105 mm and SubSea 5X diopter.
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23 Votes
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Octopus doing a very good alien impression on a night dive.
12 Votes
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Whip coral shrimp. Nikon 105 mm and SubSea 5X diopter.
16 Votes
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The old "fake fish vomiting trick", and I fell for it! ;-)
12 Votes
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HDR toning applied to goby on corals.
14 Votes
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Gold spotted anemone shrimp. Nikon 105 mm and SubSea 5X diopter.
13 Votes
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Gorgonian polyps with Nikon 105 mm and SubSea 5X.
13 Votes
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Shark.
7 Votes
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Secretary blenny in sponge. Nikon 105 mm and SubSea 5X.
9 Votes
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Southern Stingray eye.
12 Votes
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Nassau grouper eye. Nikon 105 mm and SubSea 5X diopter.
10 Votes
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Feather duster worms. Nikon 105 mm and SubSea 5X diopter.
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17 Votes
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Helmet head nudibranch. 3 to 4 mm in length. Nikon 105 mm with SubSea 5X diopter. Turks and Caicos.
8 Votes
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Wire coral shrimp. Nikon 105 with SubSea 5X diopter.
9 Votes
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Shark in Turks and Caicos. He followed our live aboard for several days.
9 Votes
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Goby by Ximena Olds
Goby
12 Votes
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