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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Cayman islands

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Whitespotted Filefish. Nikon D100 with 60mm lens.
Swimming Crinoid (Analcidometra armata), about 2 cm. Weird little critter, looks like some kind of spider, except it has too many legs. Nikon D100 with 60mm lens.
A Barred Hamlet, another of my favorite little fish. Nikon D70 with 60mm lens.
Hogfish with a freeloading Bar Jack (aka Skipjack). Nikon D70 with 60mm lens.
Eyes of an Angel
Juvenile Red Hind, a member of the Grouper family.
Banded Butterflyfish. Nikon D70 with 60mm lens.
"Diver Mates"
"What a little Diamond!" from Grand Cayman with Canon A70.
Bridled Burrfish from Grand Cayman. With Burrfish the spines are always erect, unlike some pufferfish. Canon A70 using internal flash
Green Razorfish from Little Cayman. Nikon D100 with 60mm lens.
Another Golden Coney, but with a few more light blue spots. I don't think it will knock the spots off your's Jim!
Grand Cayman, Canon A70 using internal flash
Coneys are common in the Cayman Islands, but the Golden variation Coney is rare. One of the prettiest fish I've seen. Nikon D100 with 60mm lens.
The colorful little Harlequin Bass is one of my favorites in the Cayman Islands. Nikon D100 with 60mm lens.
Don't schoolmasters have that knack of keeping an eye on you in class, no matter what you do! Canon A70 & internal flash. This one reminds me of my old Physics teacher, he had a large sloping forehead too!
Coral banded shrimp. Canon Digial rebel. Grand Cayman 2/06
The "Oro Verde" wreck, Grand Cayman. It's well and truly smashed up now by succesive storms, but the larger parts make an interesting photo. Taken with Canon A70 and natural light.
Juvenile Drum! Finally, I got a decent shot of one while in Grand Cayman. Nikon D70, 105mm, Inon D-2000 strobes
Queen and Orange Sponge from "Turtle Reef", Grand Cayman. Canon A70 using internal flash in a shady area at the bottom of the mini wall.
Parrotfish Mouth, with shrimp perched on his nose--Little Cayman (Nikon F4, 60mm Macro, Aquatica housing, Ikelite strobes, Velvia)
Spotted Eagle Ray. Dpotted near the surface on Bloody Bay Wall at Cayman Brac.
This Scarlet-Striped Cleaning Shrimp was happy to give my wife a free manicure. And please, no cracks about the size of her engagement ring - she was happy with it 22 years ago, and she still is!
Alien Invasion. Found clinging to the roof of a cave entrance on Cayman Brac. A number were reflected against an overhead air pocket making a dramatic effect.
Red Snapping Shrimp (also called Pistol Shrimp). It takes a lot of patience to get this little guy to come out of his corkscrew anemone, but it's worth the wait. He'll even give you a free manicure if you're lucky!
Gray Angelfish. Roaming about the deck of the Oro Verde off Grand Cayman.
A huge Hogfish feeding in the sand. Nikon D200 with 60mm lens.
The oral disk and mouth of a Corkscrew Anemone. Nikon D200 with 60mm lens.
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