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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Canada (31)

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Forsted Nudi under a hint of light
By Mario Robillard
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24 votes

Darth Vader of the sea
By Mario Robillard
posted (6 days ago)
15 votes

Curious guys ;-)
By Mario Robillard
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14 votes

Under the spot
By Mario Robillard
posted (This month)
14 votes

Coming from the dark side
By Mario Robillard
posted (This month)
14 votes

A Virile Crayfish, one of nine species found in Ontario, raises its claws in defence.
By David Gilchrist
posted (This month)
13 votes

Orange anemone back lighting
By Mario Robillard
posted (This month)
13 votes

Hanging around
By Mario Robillard
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13 votes

Light bulb nudi
By Mario Robillard
posted (This month)
12 votes

Upside down
By Mario Robillard
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12 votes
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This pics was shot with high speed 8oo black & white film... by Ken Thate
This pics was shot with high speed 8oo black & white film using a Nikon F4 housed with Aquatica. This in a fresh water lake in Alberta, Canada. I had my camera on a tridpod at 42'
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date posted posted: Sunday, December 14, 2008
date posted category: Freshwater
date posted location: Canada
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Universal Connection
This was my first attempt at underw... by Murray Scott
Universal Connection
This was my first attempt at underwater photography...I really didn't realize that pictures at 45 feet beneath the surface could be as beautiful as any picture I have seen on land ...
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Rebreather diver on the wreck of the hospital ship "Letit... by Michael Grebler
Rebreather diver on the wreck of the hospital ship "Letitia" lost at Portuguese Cove (Halifax) Nova Scotia during WW1.
Nikonos V camera and 12mm Sea & Sea lens on aperture priority. Unaltered photo.
11 Votes
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Dancing plants in a river. by Dominique Danvoye
Dancing plants in a river.
18 Votes
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date posted posted: Sunday, December 14, 2008
date posted category: Freshwater
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Using cave techniques, divers at the start of their dive ... by Michael Grebler
Using cave techniques, divers at the start of their dive under the ice at Morrison's Quarry, Quebec, Canada. Nikonos V, Sea & Sea 12mm lens, Fuji 400 film, manual exposure and colour corrected.
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2008
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chilly!
33 Votes
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date posted posted: Wednesday, November 19, 2008
date posted category: Freshwater
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Ice divers, using cave dive techniques, proceeding to the... by Michael Grebler
Ice divers, using cave dive techniques, proceeding to the exit hole in the shallows of Morrison Quarry, Quebec. Nikonos V, 12mm Sea & Sea lens, manual exposure. Natural light through the ice, photo not altered.
22 Votes
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date posted posted: Friday, September 26, 2008
date posted category: Wide Angle - Natural Light (no strobe)
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"Feathers on a cloud", feather stars resting on cloud spo... by Peter Luckham
"Feathers on a cloud", feather stars resting on cloud sponge.
A night dive in Stuart Channel, near Chemainus BC. This is an area with plenty of feather stars , and a few cloud sponge. This is the first time I have seen them both togeather.
10 Votes
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Pic shot with high speed film Black & White, natural ligh... by Ken Thate
Pic shot with high speed film Black & White, natural light, no flash over train wheels lost in 1902 in Kootenay Lake British Columbia, Canada
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date posted posted: Saturday, December 13, 2008
date posted category: Freshwater
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At a depth of 175 feet, a Nova Scotia tech diver passes a... by Michael Grebler
At a depth of 175 feet, a Nova Scotia tech diver passes along the starboard bow of the submarine L26 sunk in St Margarets Bay (west of Halifax). Nikonos V, 12mm lens and dual Ikelite 150 strobes. Cropped for subject and colour corrected.
15 Votes
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Rebreather diver coming out of the Robert Gaskin wreck, S... by Dominique Danvoye
Rebreather diver coming out of the Robert Gaskin wreck, St-Laurence River.
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ah, the old hidden strobe on slave - works every time
22 Votes
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This is another shot of the train cars lost in Kootenay l... by Ken Thate
This is another shot of the train cars lost in Kootenay lake in 1902. Shot with a Nikon 35mm natural light, no flash. High speed black & white film.
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date posted posted: Wednesday, December 10, 2008
date posted category: Freshwater
date posted location: Canada
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Urchin Abstract.  Cold Water's of British Columbia, Canad... by Stephen Holinski
Urchin Abstract. Cold Water's of British Columbia, Canada. Canon G7, Inon Macro lens, Sea and Sea YS27DX Strobe
15 Votes
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date posted posted: Saturday, November 1, 2008
date posted category: Macro - not swimming
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My 10 year old daughter in the backyard pool with some of... by Michael Grebler
My 10 year old daughter in the backyard pool with some of my dive gear - just starting out. Nikonos V, Sea & Sea 12mm lens, Fuji 200 ASA film. Cropped for subject and colour corrected.
19 Votes
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date posted posted: Friday, September 5, 2008
date posted category: Freshwater
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My eldest daughter at Lawrencetown Beach, Nova Scotia. Ni... by Michael Grebler
My eldest daughter at Lawrencetown Beach, Nova Scotia. Nikonos V on aperture priority, 12mm Sea & Sea lens, Kodak 3200 B&W film. Scratches removed in PS. Just enough water to cover the lens.
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2008

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31 Votes
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Vigilant Specter - The Lionfish has invaded the atlantic ... by John Martin Burck
Vigilant Specter - The Lionfish has invaded the atlantic waters of the caribbean in vast numbers, and are exploding in population tenfold, due to the lack of preditors. This lionfish was patrolling Jakes Hole, in the Exumas caye chain in the Bahamas
35 Votes
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This was shot with high speed 35mm film, natural light, n... by Ken Thate
This was shot with high speed 35mm film, natural light, no flash of my dive partner over the train wheels at 46' in Kootenay Lake British Columbia Canada. Nikon camera housed by Aquatica.
12 Votes
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date posted posted: Friday, December 12, 2008
date posted category: Freshwater
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Catchin' Some Rays by Sam Mcclintock
Catchin' Some Rays
13 Votes
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fairy magic under the water by Joanne Doughty
fairy magic under the water
25 Votes
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date posted posted: Thursday, September 11, 2008
date posted category: Creative - Manipulated (Photoshopped)
date posted location: Canada
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Ice Divers using cave techniques at the start of their di... by Michael Grebler
Ice Divers using cave techniques at the start of their dive at Morrison's Quarry, Canada. Scanned from the negative at 2400 dpi and colour corrected. Nikonos V, 12mm Sea & Sea lens, Fuji 400 ASA film.
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date posted posted: Friday, December 19, 2008
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This is a set of train wheels lost in 1902 in Kootenay La... by Ken Thate
This is a set of train wheels lost in 1902 in Kootenay Lake British Columbia Canada. Several train cars hauling coal were lost off a bardge transporting them. It shot with 35mm film, no flash at 47'. Nikon camera, Aquatic housing
10 Votes
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date posted posted: Tuesday, December 9, 2008
date posted category: Freshwater
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Nudi Gills.  Canon G7, INON UCL167, Sea and Sea YS27DX by Stephen Holinski
Nudi Gills. Canon G7, INON UCL167, Sea and Sea YS27DX
14 Votes
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date posted posted: Tuesday, October 28, 2008
date posted category: Macro - Nudibranchia
date posted location: Pacific Canada
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Frilled Anemone, Metridium senile by Dominique Danvoye
Frilled Anemone, Metridium senile
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Snack Time

This was done in the Bahamas just off the c... by Murray Scott
Snack Time
This was done in the Bahamas just off the coast of Nassau. It was my first roll of film using my Nikonos v and 200 speed film with 20mm lens and a Nikonos SB105 Strobe.
Thanks for looking and your feedback would be appreciated
9 Votes
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The Swimmer by Joanne Doughty
The Swimmer
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date posted posted: Monday, October 20, 2008
date posted category: Freshwater
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Water lilies surface reflection. by Dominique Danvoye
Water lilies surface reflection.
25 Votes
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date posted posted: Wednesday, December 17, 2008
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This pic was shot with 800 speed film on a wall in 38 deg... by Ken Thate
This pic was shot with 800 speed film on a wall in 38 deg water in Alberta Canada. It was shot with no flash.
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date posted posted: Wednesday, December 3, 2008
date posted category: Freshwater
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SeaStar lunching on Crab. Poor vis, subject spotted with little time to compose before silting enveloped scene. Using Olympus C-7070, PT-027 housing & dual SeaLife digital flash--ss-1/30, f# 5.6, ISO 80, metr. centre weighted, wb man(cloudy)
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date posted posted: Sunday, October 19, 2008
date posted category: Wide Angle - Marine Life
date posted location: Pacific Canada
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