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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Papua New Guinea

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Hopper laying eggs (Siphopteron sp.) by Goni Boller
Hopper laying eggs (Siphopteron sp.)
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Nautilus Pompilus. Nikonos 5, 15mm lens by Sam Taylor
Nautilus Pompilus. Nikonos 5, 15mm lens
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8 Votes
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My favourite 'small fish' the Longnosed hawkfish by Sam Taylor
My favourite 'small fish' the Longnosed hawkfish
12 Votes
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The Seas Flora and Fauna
4 Votes
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A beautiful little siphopteron (S. tigrinum) from a recen... by Bill Van Antwerp
A beautiful little siphopteron (S. tigrinum) from a recent trip to PNG.
7 Votes
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Hello
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Blue
9 Votes
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Cheeeeeeese
19 Votes
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Too cute
13 Votes
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Denise pygmy seahorse portrait by Ludovic Galko-Rundgren
Denise pygmy seahorse portrait
7 Votes
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Fusiliers schooling on Tania's reef by Ludovic Galko-Rundgren
Fusiliers schooling on Tania's reef
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Deacon reef sunlight by Ludovic Galko-Rundgren
Deacon reef sunlight
13 Votes
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Cyerce Nigra nudibranch closeup by Ludovic Galko-Rundgren
Cyerce Nigra nudibranch closeup
12 Votes
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deacon reef shallows under the tree canopy. by Ludovic Galko-Rundgren
deacon reef shallows under the tree canopy.
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18 Votes
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Glow
15 Votes
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Witch Doctor — Barney’s Reef, Fathers Reef, Papua New Guinea
A barrel sponge festooned with dozens of colorful crinoids. Taking a hard upward angle allowed me to capture a small sliver of the reefs fish population.
8 Votes
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First trip to PNG, I suspect not my last. The trip redefi... by Billy Watson
First trip to PNG, I suspect not my last. The trip redefined unspoiled and diverse life. Abounding fish populations added to the wonder. Tried a number of occasions to convince myself to switch to my 100mm but the wide-angle was just too good!
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28 Votes
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The day I sobbed underwater. Such a magical experience with these guys that day
10 Votes
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Silver
11 Votes
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Hungry Whale shark by Rudy Janssen
Hungry Whale shark
16 Votes
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DUO by Rudy Janssen
DUO
9 Votes
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Green dragon shrimp
16 Votes
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Sometimes I find myself looking for the extraordinary when I am taken back by the simplistic. This image captures the latter in a small grouping of a barrel sponge, crinoids and anemone which collectively endow a variety of texture, shape and color.
12 Votes
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Red whip coral lending a strong contrast to the blue water column has always been a favorite.
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17 Votes
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Coral Castle — Tufi, Papua New Guinea. The shear size and spectacular intricacy of this coral stand as indeed a site to behold. It was a reminder why we all pursue diving with such passion.
13 Votes
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Ugly Duckling
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The pier by Kelvin H.y. Tan
The pier
15 Votes
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