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by Marivic Maramot

Elegant nudibranch, Olympus Pen Epl1

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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Ecuador

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The dance of the sea star
Tiny colorful disguise
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Eye decoration (old Green turtle eye - Chelonia mydas)
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It takes a moment to understand what's going on here. This is a perfect example for shooting large objects with close-up lenses to produce un-orthodox images.
Time to drink the air (upside down picture)
Time to go back home ...
What's up ?
A curious one
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Black shadow
Play time
Bubble bath
Tiny yellow submarine
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Cute encounter
THE flight
Red tiny face to face
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Ready to jump !
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BEFORE and AFTER the shot
This tiny green frog swam to the boat and sticked to it. I took some pics and suddenly, the frog decided to jump on my macro lens and on my Nikon to find a little house under my internal strobe.
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Whale Shark in Darwing
Galapagos Islands
Shark and school of Barracudas
Octopus movements
Iguana
The enormous barracuda school at Darwin that seemed to go on forever.
Starfish Pattern
Panasonic DMC-FX35, ISO 100, Aperture f/4, Shutterspeed 1/30
Galapagos frigate hitching a ride, but not too steady in the wind.
Darwin - hammerhead silhouette
Klingon Iguana
Nikon D80, Lense AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED, ISO 200, Aperture f/5.3, Shutterspeed 1/320
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