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129 Entries Found: Page 3  of  5
The wreck of the Blue Bird, laying in 46 m depth off the south-west coast of Gran Canaria, is literally covered by a big crowd of fishes. You can see that there is a wreck from 20 m depth, but you can't see it until you open a way through the crowd.
Spiral worm (Sabella spallanzani). D200 with 105 mm Sigma.

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A smashing abstract Arthur
The lights of the night.
Lanzarote, Canary Islands
A little bit tired, or am I so boring?
F100, 90 mm Tamron, Hartenberger 250 Ws
2nd place Monthly HotShots shortlistedShortlisted!
Final RoundThrough to 2007 awards final round judging

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You can see what this guy had for breakfast!
Eye in eye. Common octopus photographed in Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. Original frame and no photoshop adjusts.

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This is quite an exceptional subject Arthur!
A hairy crab (Pilumnus villosissimus) sitting on the foot of a anemone (Telmatacti cricoides). Recently this anemone disappeared from the place where I've seen it for about 10 years. Don't know why.
D200, 60 mm, 1,5x tele-converter, Hartenberger
D200, Sigma 17-70, one Subtronic strobe, no photoshop adjusts.
El Hierro, Canary Islands, past octobe.
D200, 90 mm Tamron, Hartenberger 250Ws

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Is this the Canary Islands equivalent of a Peacock Wrasse?
A strange crab on a whip coral.
Sea&Sea DX8000G
Past sunday in the north of Gran Canaria.
D200, 15 mm Sigma, Subtronic Gamma plus
Teeth, beatyful teeth. They seem dangerous, but really are not if you don't put your hand just into their hole. Arinaga, Gran Canaria.
D200, Sigma 50 mm macro, Hartenberger strobe

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An interesting crop Arthur
¿Searching for a dentist or simply tired? Taken off the north of Gran Canaria past saturday.
D200, 105 mm Sigma, Hartenberger 250Ws
One more from the winning 6-pic collection at the 10th Open Fotosub Isla de El Hierro.
D200, Sigma 17-70, Subtronic Gamma plus
Another one from the 6-pic collection that won the 10th Open Fotosub Isla de El Hierro.
D200, 60 mm Nikkor, 2x tele-converter, 1 strobe Hartenberger 500 Ws
Another one from the winning collection of the 10th Open Fotosub Isla de El Hierro.
D200, 10,5 mm fisheye and 1 Subtronic strobe
The big meeting. North of Gran Canaria, Caanry Islands.
D200, 10,5 mm fisheye, 1 Subtronic strobe
Tripterygion delaisi. Pic taken in the north of Gran Canaria, Canary Islands.
D200, 60 mm, teleconverter 1,5x, 1 Hartenberger strobe
A stingray searching something to eat. Gran Canaria, Canary Islands.
D200 with 15 mm fisheye, one strobe
Pachycerianthus. Gran Canaria, Canary Islands.
D200 with Sigma 15 mm fisheye, Subtronic strobe
Gran Canaria, Canary Islands. Picture taken with D200, 60 mm lens and Hartenberger strobe
Portrait of a lizzard fish.
A frecuent species at the Canary Islands, but not easy to get so close just in front of it.
Jewel anemones on the shell of a mussle. Photographed at Ria de Arousa, Galicia, Spain.
A little seahorse posing perfectly for me. No, don't beleive that! They never pose for anybody. It's necessary much patience for waiting for the correct moment to shoot.
D200, 60mm, x1,5 tele-converter, Hartenberger strobe
Picture taken at Lanzarot
Angel shark. Caleta de Abajo, Gran Canaria, Canary Islandds, Spain.
D200 with Sigma 15 mm fisheye, 1 strobe
Tricolor: Yellow seafan, red starfish and blue water. Just the 3 basic colours. Original frame, and no photoshop adjusts.
D200 with 10,5 mm fisheye and 1 Subtronic Gamma plus strobe.

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simple, yet subtle
Bothus podas. North of Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain.
D200 with Sigma 180 mm macro and Hartenberger 500Ws strobe
Robert Reef, South of Tenerife, Canary Islands.
D200 with 10,5 mm, 1 strobe

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good shape and movement
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