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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Gulf Of Mexico

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A spectacular morning sunrise through one of the Civil war Fort Jefferson windows in the Dry Tortugas National Park.
tunicates with sun behind, alakranes bank
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
Cortez Round Stingray.. F8/200 ISO 200 one YS100A strobe.
Again, the Tokina 17 mm wide angle enables great landscapes. All ambient light.
Fire in the Hole!! Fire Clam inside a gun turret on the M/V Capt Keith Tibbetts.
M/V Keith Tibbetts - Divers in the background are with Shot with Canon 5D mark II and the nifty 50mm lens. Warm and crystal clear, as it normally is!
Juvy drum, Roatan, D300-60mm
Using my new Tokina lens. I found out that I can basically get any full wreck in one shot - not bad.
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2010

Final RoundThrough to 2010 awards final round judging

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nice wreck
Sandy profile.
Dog Island in the British Virgin Islands had quite a variety of hard corals and fish.
Not a great picture, but a beautiful scene
Rhone wreckage
sea turtle, photo taken in cozumel mexico in about 45 ft of water on a guided dive to palancar reef using fuji e900 w/red filter
jawfish with eggs/ baby jawfish in its mouth!
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