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Week 39 winner

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by Jeffrey Lim

Amphipods on a coral flower

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by Penn De Los Santos


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Black Bellied Plover
Willet
Yellow tail snapper hunting silversides
Snowy Egret at Sunset
Odd shaped brain coral
Seaplane sits on the beach waiting to take off.
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Shrimpers idled by the BP Oil Spill at Bayou la Batre in south Alabama. Leica D-LUX 4
Whelk
Walking along the beach at sunrise I saw I wasn't alone as a small 3ft nurse shark slowly cruised the beach only a few feet from me.
A larger water spout makes its way towards our boat in the Dry Tortugas.
Whale shark reflection
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Dry Tortugas National Park, this is a small island called Loggerhead Key, a stunning place.
Stingray City is always a great place to get some nice photos. This day was no exception.
A spectacular morning sunrise through one of the Civil war Fort Jefferson windows in the Dry Tortugas National Park.
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QUEEN ANGELFISH
tunicates with sun behind, alakranes bank
TURTLE
TURTLE KEEPING AN EYE....
GREEN MORAY
I was just glad to avoid stepping on this fellow as I walked along the beach at Playa del Carmen while I waited to go diving in Cozumel.
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.
chrismas tree worm on a beautiful hard coral
Wall diving at Cayman Islands
dizziness brain
swimming with a Moray
Coral Formation.
not sure what they are but lots of them in one place...F8/250 YS110A
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