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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Turks and Caicos islands

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Close-up of a Cow Fish
Nikon D80, Ikelite housing + two Ikelite strobes (DS161 and DS125), Lense AF-S VR Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED, ISO 100, Aperture f/4, Shutterspeed 1/60
Pistol shrimp in a corkscrew anemone. Note the incredibly small shrimp within the anemone. Nikon 105mm with SubSea 5X.
Squid. Nice details on tentacles. Nikon 105.
Squid with HDR toning.
Beautifully colored Caribbean Lobster.
One of the few times my NIkon 105mm auto-focused rapidly, allowing me to snap off a nice shot of this guy.
Invisible
Kissing Cousins.
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.
Secretary blenny. Nikon 105 mm and SubSEa 5X diopter.
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.
Up close with a shark. Very happy with the details in the skin.
Tunicates. NIkon 105 mm and SubSea 5X diopter.
Secretary blenny in sponge. Nice eye lashes! Nikon 105 mm and SubSea 5X diopter.
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Octopus doing a very good alien impression on a night dive.
Whip coral shrimp. Nikon 105 mm and SubSea 5X diopter.
The old "fake fish vomiting trick", and I fell for it! ;-)
HDR toning applied to goby on corals.
Gold spotted anemone shrimp. Nikon 105 mm and SubSea 5X diopter.
Gorgonian polyps with Nikon 105 mm and SubSea 5X.
Shark.
Secretary blenny in sponge. Nikon 105 mm and SubSea 5X.
Southern Stingray eye.
Nassau grouper eye. Nikon 105 mm and SubSea 5X diopter.
Feather duster worms. Nikon 105 mm and SubSea 5X diopter.
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Helmet head nudibranch. 3 to 4 mm in length. Nikon 105 mm with SubSea 5X diopter. Turks and Caicos.
Wire coral shrimp. Nikon 105 with SubSea 5X diopter.
240 Entries Found: Page 2  of  9

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