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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Turks and Caicos islands

241 Entries Found: Page 1  of  9
Finally I encounter an octopus on a beautiful night dive ... by Jill Smith
Finally I encounter an octopus on a beautiful night dive in the Turks & Caicos - WOW, what a beauty! Love, love, love this fella (or gal)!
12 Votes
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Diver cautiously approaching a beautiful but unwelcome invader in the Caribbean.
10 Votes
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While diving down, I shot this using a borrowed Canon - I... by Joanne Taylor
While diving down, I shot this using a borrowed Canon - I love the colours, beams of light and the fragmented sun.
8 Votes
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This beautiful sea anemone looks like a flower under the ... by Chansey Luby
This beautiful sea anemone looks like a flower under the sea.
4 Votes
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Off into the sea with my bff... by Tina Norris
Off into the sea with my bff...
4 Votes
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Intricate coral stands, snow white sand and crazy clear water. Even if I didn't have a camera in my hands it'd still be a great trip.
20 Votes
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Played almost the entire dive trying to get a picture of ... by Ryan Ware
Played almost the entire dive trying to get a picture of a school of fish without a diver in the background. I just want to jump back in after looking at the water in this picture.
8 Votes
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Shark @ T&C's by Brad Trostad
Shark @ T&C's
4 Votes
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Coral bommies dot most of the dive sites in Turks & Caicos. This one attracted my attention because of its shape and the beautifully colored purple rope sponges complimenting the typical azure blue of this part of the Caribbean.
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19 Votes
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The photo, taken with a Canon G15 and Fantasea strobe, is... by James Mclarnon
The photo, taken with a Canon G15 and Fantasea strobe, is a flamingo tongue snail attached to a sea fan. The picture was taken off Grand Turk at a depth of 10m.
11 Votes
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Image of trumpet fish camouflaged in sea fan. Photo taken... by James Mclarnon
Image of trumpet fish camouflaged in sea fan. Photo taken with Canon G15 and strobe system off Grand Turk. The trumpet fish spent considerable time simply waiting for prey to come within striking distance.
13 Votes
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Stormy Sea = Amazing Sunset by Tina Norris
Stormy Sea = Amazing Sunset
12 Votes
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The Perfect Beach Day by Tina Norris
The Perfect Beach Day
15 Votes
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Goby Fish, the Dental Hygienist of the Seas ! These two little tiny gobies were taking a break on the coral head after cleaning a large grouper!
6 Votes
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I was fascinated observing this inquisitive spiny head bl... by Behnaz Afsahi
I was fascinated observing this inquisitive spiny head blenny as he was darting in and out of his hole looking for food.
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12 Votes
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Christmas tree worm close up with a narrow depth of field. by Behnaz Afsahi
Christmas tree worm close up with a narrow depth of field.
5 Votes
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This cute squirrelfish was peeking through a hole in the ... by Behnaz Afsahi
This cute squirrelfish was peeking through a hole in the coral and I was there ready to capture his surprise moment!
11 Votes
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Tiny Caribbean Wire Coral Shrimp hanging out at about 15m.
Nikon D800, Nauticam housing, 105mm Macro, SMC and dual Inon Z240 Strobes.
13 Votes
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Spinnyhead blenny is a tiny little blenny and a challengi... by Behnaz Afsahi
Spinnyhead blenny is a tiny little blenny and a challenging photography subject. Found it in an empty hole of a coral from which it poked out its head. Took this photo during a dive in Grand Turk Island with a 105mm macro lens.
7 Votes
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A focused diver in good focus. Beautiful diving in Turks and Caicos.
4 Votes
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A beautiful intruder in the Caribbean.
8 Votes
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Turks & Caicos
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2015

Final RoundThrough to 2015 awards final round judging
26 Votes
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Lizard fish on the sand, I had a strobe malfunction so lo... by Brian Heagney
Lizard fish on the sand, I had a strobe malfunction so looked for contrast in my compositions to use grayscale.
14 Votes
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Turtle swimming by too say hello
3 Votes
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This girl is on fire!
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21 Votes
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Close-up of a Cow Fish
Nikon D80, Ikelite housing + two Ikelite strobes (DS161 and DS125), Lense AF-S VR Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED, ISO 100, Aperture f/4, Shutterspeed 1/60
15 Votes
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Pistol shrimp in a corkscrew anemone. Note the incredibly small shrimp within the anemone. Nikon 105mm with SubSea 5X.
10 Votes
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