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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Caribbean Sea

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Cuba - Gardens of the queen
eagle ray, niko D800E, tokinaa lens 10/17mm, aquatica housining, two ikelita strobe ds 125.
Bonaire - Salt Pier
Sleepers (taken under permit)
Salt Pier
Image taken in the Exumas, just above the reef. The original photo was taken knowing I would go black and white. Sometimes if you look just above the reef you will see the most incredible creatures.
Garden of the queen - with lens ball
marine life - launch time
Freckled
freshwater rocks_Zacil Ha_2021
(Canon14mm,t1/40,f/5.6,iso640)
Close encounter. Curious tiger shark and equally curious young diver.
inside the mangrove
Glowing Frog
cayo anclitas, jardines de la reina cuba, sony a 6300.
A perfect ID shot of a queen angelfish. These beauties are more shy than some of their relatives like the gray and French angelfish.
Splendid Toadfish, endemic to Cozumel.
somewhere on a reef.
Pike
Diver with cave formations_Mexico-2021
(Canon14mm,t1/50,f/6.3,iso800)
panasonic GH4 , panasonic lens 12-35mm, nauticam housing, two sea and sea strobe D1.
queen angelfish, panasonic GH4, panasonic lens 12-35mm, nauticam housing, two sea and sea strobe D1
two crab encounter, panasonic lumix GH4, panasonic lens 12-24mm, nauticam housing, two strobe D1
Beautiful tiger shark fly-by in the Bahamas.
Young diver petting a lemon shark. The shark sat on the sea floor for several minutes and actually leaned in to be petted several times before swimming away.
Tiger sharks coming and going.
Spotted cleaner shrimp
Showtime.
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