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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Kenn Bolbjerg

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A trunkfish at the Horseshoe reef in Cancun.
my dive buddy hopes to make a modelling career !!!
Hmmm, do I really want to eat this?
(turtle at Santa Rosa Wall, Cozumel)
the stern of cañonero C53 near the island of Cozumel.

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You're on a wreck photographers sweet spot here Kenn
Spotted murray eel on Paradise Reef, Cozumel. No strobe.
Divers exploring the cave system of Chac Mool. Fresh water. No strobe. Dome port used.
Stalactites and stalagmites in the Dos Ojos cave system in Yucatan, Mexico. Behind you see the sunlight coming through a sinkhole. Taken with strobe and wide angle.
The sun shines on a diver, from the green jungle above, as he passes a sink hole in the Chac Mool cave system. Dome port used. Natural ligth, no filters.
Bubbles from diver penetrating the wreck "Cañonero C53" at 80 feet by Cozumel, Mexico
Paradise Reef, Cozumel at 15 meters depth. No strobe.
A look up at the jungle from a dive in the Chac Mool cenote (sinkhole). Dome port used.
Cenote Dos Ojos, Fresh Water
From the Chacmol Cenote (Cave). Dome port used.
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