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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Netherlands Antilles

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Swordfish on Bonaire.
Seahorse, Bonaire NA
Some sponges and corals on Bonaire.
Hilma Hooker wreck on Bonaire.
This picture is taken at the famous divespot 'Salt Pier'. A lot of fish always swims here. The pier is very colorfull under water.
This fish looked suprised when I took this picture.
Shipwreck on Bonaire. The wreck is upside down and not very big. But has a lot of colors.
Small wreck near Captains Don's habitat. But with a lot of marine life.
A wreck on Bonaire at divesite Front Porch. It is not a very wellknown wreck because only the wreck is interesting to dive. Depth around 30m.
A part of coral during a fluo nightdive.
A nice turtle resting. The picture is taken in Curacao
Lettuceseaslug on Curacao
Hello says the turtle in Curacao.
There are a lot of turtles in Piskado Bay. It's rather difficult to take a picture without the legs if 100 snorklers 😉
This beautifull frogfish was found in Playa Lagun on Curacao.
Hypsoblennius invemar
Tessellated Blenny
Bonaire
Green sea turtle on a safety stop
Flamingo Tounge in St Eustatia
"You Shall Not Pass..." Flame Box Crab @ Bonaire, NA
Close-up of a Spotted Cleaner Shrimp at rest...
Saltpier
Great Barracuda
Juvenile Queen Angelfish
Bonaire - Salt Pier
Salt Pier
We were on our way to "Turtle City" in Bonaire when I noticed this green sea turtle had a couple of friends catching a ride. I broke away from the group long enough to snap this photo.
Nikon D850, Nikon 16-35mm lens, INON z330 strobes.
This juvenile Trunkfish was about the size of a pea. It was pretty active, darting in and out of the coral head, but it finally settled down enough for me to get this shot head on. Nikon D850, Nauticam housing, INON z330 strobes.
Bronze Medal Bronze Medal 2021

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