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Week 20 winner

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by Tommy Harivaldo

a frogfish with a nudibranch, together side by side. even different species, but they need each others. just like us.

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The Brainy Coral
The pattern of the coral resembles the convolutions of a human brain
Long legged spider crab. It is one of two spider crabs endemic to South African waters
The chameleon of the Sea
Its real name is “Beautiful Cuttlefish” and it is appropriate due to its beautiful warty mantle and three-pronged cirri around its eyes. It has the ability to change color and blend in with its environment.
“Endless Anemone” Taken with Olympus TG-4
Flamingo Tongue Snail on Sea Fan in St. Thomas USVI Taken with Olympus TG-4
“Looking down” taken at Coki beach St. Thomas USVI with Olympus TG-4
Young diver with photobomber. Awesome experience!
Townsend angelfish posing for the camera
Banded Butterfly on a reef in the Bahamas. Taken with Olympus TG-4
The entrance of Cathedral. Aliwal Shoal
A diver and Kittiwake Wreck
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Rock Iguana taking a break from the surf in St. Thomas
“Peaceful”. School of Tangs right near the shore at Coki Beach in St. Thomas. Taken with Olympus TG-4
“Guarding the (plane) wreck” Came across this plane wreck in the Bahamas. It looks like it has become a nursery to juvenile Grunts. Taken with my Olympus TG-4 and natural light.
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“Natural Beauty”. Snorkeling off the Southern coast of Nassau I was mesmerized by the natural beauty of the reef. Taken with an Olympus TG-4
Hermit Crab walking down the beach in the Berry Islands using Olympus TG-4
“Safety in numbers” A grroup of Gray Snapper in the Bahamas (Berry Islands)
“Peaceful”. Following a Green Sea Turtle swimming slowly through the blue waters of St. Thomas. Natural light with my Olympus TG-4.
“Surfacing at the same time” Green Sea Turtle off of St. Maarten.
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Flamingo Tongue in St. Thomas USVI
Caribbean Reef Shark. In the Bahamas south of Nassau. (A little closer thanI would have liked!)
Cushion Sea Star in the Berry Islands
Pink Tip Anemone in shallow water during a trip to the Berry Islands in the Bahamas. Used my Olympus TG-4
“Eye see you”. Caribbean Reef Octopus doing his best to blend in.
“Barracuda Rainbow” Diving down into a school of Barracuda
“Hey Dude”. This was the first Sea Turtle I ever encountered! It was taken at Turtle Bay in St. Thomas
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