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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Brian Heagney

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An emotional bond between mother and calf.
By Brian Heagney
posted Tuesday, December 17, 2013
30 votes

Magic number - A mother Humpback, her new born calf and an escorting male turn in unison approaching the lens. A heart pounding moment on a day when the curiosity of these whales was exposed with great natural light and superb visibility. Ha'apai.
By Brian Heagney
posted Sunday, January 1, 2012
25 votes

1 second to impact with a 4 tonne baby Humpback Whale. Ouch!
By Brian Heagney
posted Friday, December 30, 2011
23 votes

A baby Humpback smiles on the back of it's mum.
By Brian Heagney
posted Monday, December 16, 2013
18 votes

Lego diver prepares Playmobil diver for deep descent.
By Brian Heagney
posted Saturday, September 22, 2012
13 votes

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An emotional bond between mother and calf. by Brian Heagney
An emotional bond between mother and calf.
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votes: 30
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date posted posted: Tuesday, December 17, 2013
date posted category: Wide Angle - Marine Life
date posted location: Pacific Tonga
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A baby Humpback smiles on the back of it's mum. by Brian Heagney
A baby Humpback smiles on the back of it's mum.
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votes: 18
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date posted posted: Monday, December 16, 2013
date posted category: Wide Angle - Marine Life
date posted location: Pacific Tonga
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Lego diver prepares Playmobil diver for deep descent. by Brian Heagney
Lego diver prepares Playmobil diver for deep descent.
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votes: 13
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date posted posted: Saturday, September 22, 2012
date posted category: Humorous
date posted location: Landlocked Seas/Lakes Tonga
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Magic number - A mother Humpback, her new born calf and a... by Brian Heagney
Magic number - A mother Humpback, her new born calf and an escorting male turn in unison approaching the lens. A heart pounding moment on a day when the curiosity of these whales was exposed with great natural light and superb visibility. Ha'apai.
votes: 25
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1 second to impact with a 4 tonne baby Humpback Whale. Ouch! by Brian Heagney
1 second to impact with a 4 tonne baby Humpback Whale. Ouch!
votes: 23
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go to the dive site record where this shot was takenDive Site for this image
date posted posted: Friday, December 30, 2011
date posted category: Wide Angle - Marine Life
date posted location: Pacific Tonga
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