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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Virgin Islands (British)

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Jose Cartagena explores RMS Rhone propeller.
Taken on the way up at the end of the dive using a compact camera with wide angle lens
RMS Rhone.
Sea horse.

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Lobster hiding under an overhang
These lobsters were hiding under the overhang
Sergent Majors with coral
A sea fan near the surface.
Sea Horse - Fredricksted town pier, St Croix
lone fish under coral over hang
Yellow tail snapper hunting silversides
Odd shaped brain coral
In the British Virgin Islands the Indians dive site is so named for several rocky outcroppings that rise above the water. Underwater is like a large fish tank with different fishes and corals. The squirrel fish seemed surpized to see us.
Wreckage from the RMS Rhone
There is quite a wide variety of fish around Dog Island.
Dog Island in the British Virgin Islands had quite a variety of hard corals and fish.
Rhone wreckage
Hogfish at the Rhone
Hull of the RMS Rhone
Barrel Sponge with Blue Chromis
Silversides on the sandy spit
Time to go sailing
RMS Rhone Bulkhead
Interior of the Rhone is loaded with coral and other sea life. This is looking into a passageway left in the Rhone.
Yellow sponges with blue Chromis
Trunk fish at the "Indians". Just off the coast of Pelican island is a rocky feature know as the "Indians". Because of the stormy skies the dive was essentially a night dive. Towards the end of the dive I came across this very shy trunkfish.
I doubt that these french grunts could see the colors of the coral ledge they were hiding under but I could with just a bit of flash
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