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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Erika Antoniazzo

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Lionfish always are a great subject.
Lembeh, Indonesia. Olympus C-505 with inon strobe.
Green Turtle. Lembeh, Indonesia.
Olympus C-5050 camera with inon strobe.
I'm always a bit scared taking close-up pictures of scorpionfish since I've seen them jump up and swim away with extreme speed. I managed this one without scaring the fish into moving by approaching very slowly.
The lone trevally seems to be well adopted smile
Indonesia,Bunaken,Olympus C-5050.
I love the colour combination of this coral and the lion fish swimming over it.
I felt very lucky when I found this nudibranch in such beautiful surroundings. I used my cameras internal strobe since I didn't have anything else and I'm quite happy with the result.
I didn't have an external strobe, so I switched off my internal flash and used my dive light instead to avoid backscatter. Perhentian island,Malaysia.
This jellyfish came past during a safety stop at Lang Tenggah, Malaysia.
I found this beautiful purple shrimp in an anemone in Lembeh straits in Sulawesi.
I caught my husband, Yves, looking at this magnificent coral while diving in Bunaken.
During a night dive in Lembeh Straits I came upon this cowfish.
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