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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Terry Steeley

167 Entries Found: Page 1  of  7
Baited feeds has changed the shark behaviour in the Bahamas but it's also created a healthy revenue for the islands, and as such more than 40 species of shark enjoy full protection from the Bahamian government over 240,000 square miles.
Wacky shark splits
— Subal underwater housing, Canon 1Dx, f18, 1/125, ISO200, Canon 15mm fisheye, Seacam 150 strobes
The joy of the reef.
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Black crab on the shore. Black sand beach, Kona
Tiger in the light beams
—Subal underwater housing, Canon 1Dx, Canon 8-15mm fisheye @ 15mm, f13, 1/160s, ISO160, Inon Z240 strobe
Almost invisible to the eye. The wonderfully camoflaged Bargibant's pygmy seahorse is a master of disguise against the gorgonian coral.
Freediver explores the magical cavern of the Yucatán Peninsula.
Blue ring octopus, mid water swimming.
Happiness comes in salty water...
Inside the pipe, Hawaii
The ocean gives us art
Tiger shark encounters @ Fish Tales, Bahamas
Caribbean reef shark cruises the ocean's surface.
Kite surfing the sandbar.
Ancient Hawaiians believed that their ancestors came back to protect them as ‘Aumakua’. Usually animals, such as a sharks or owls; aumakua have magical powers and an ability to connect human beings and the natural world. (Natural encounter)
Wonderfully curious, ridiculously energetic and wildly mischievous. South Africa's Cape fur seals bring a smile to every divers face.
A masterclass in surf photography
— Canon 1Dx, Canon EF 2.8 70-200 @70mm, f6.3, 1/250s, ISO400
Bat fish madness
Humility is the mother of all giants.
— Subal underwater housing, Canon 1Dx, Canon EF 8-15mm @ 15mm, f9, 1/125, ISO400, available light.
'The view from below'. Broadnose sevengill shark, broad snouted sevengill, ground shark, Pacific seven-gill shark, spotted cow shark and Tasmanian tiger shark are just a few of the names given to this 'wolf of the sea'.
Bubble coral shrimps nestling in the bubble coral.
Whip coral shrimp. Experts in concealment. Wakatobi National Park.
— Subal housing, Canon 5Dmk2, Canon EF100mm macro, f20, 1/200s, ISO200. Inon Z240 strobe
For those of us lucky enough the venture into the sea, an Asian Sea Cow or Dugong is a rare and beautiful treat.
— Subal underwater housing, Zen DP230, Canon 1Dx, Canon EF8-15mm @ 15mm, f9, 1/125, ISO200, available light and 2x Inon Z240 strobes.
All the world loves a clownfish.
Damsel fish portrait
'The Passage'.
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167 Entries Found: Page 1  of  7