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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From United States

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A Kokanee salmon coming to spawn in the Metolius River in... by Michelle Alvarado
A Kokanee salmon coming to spawn in the Metolius River in Central Oregon
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date posted posted: Saturday, January 5, 2019
date posted category: Freshwater
date posted location: United States
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Red Flabellina by Shuo-Wei Chang
Red Flabellina
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We are highly recognized as a third party technical suppo... by Ava William
We are highly recognized as a third party technical support company offering Outlook Technical Support services for all kinds of technical issues related to Outlook Support account. Our Outlook Help Phone Number 1-888-777-2832 is open 24-hours to off
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Pillar used to support a water pipeline providing water t... by Benjamin Suslavich
Pillar used to support a water pipeline providing water to an old mining town in western Montana. Silver Lake, where this photo was taken, is almost never visited by divers, especially during the harsh Montanan winters when thick ice covers the lake
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This large female tiger shark came close enough to my dome port that she deployed her nictitating membrane at Tiger Beach, Bahamas
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Night Shrimp Complex shot at Blue Heron Bridge.  Only an ... by Stacy Groff
Night Shrimp Complex shot at Blue Heron Bridge. Only an inch or so in size, they spin when in direct light making them hard to photograph. Taken with SeaLife DC2000, one strobe and a +10 diopter lens
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The Christ Statue comes to mind with great ease on the eve of his birth! Merry Christmas to everyone!
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my favorite image of a southern stingray i have ever capt... by Logan Campbell
my favorite image of a southern stingray i have ever captured
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While at Tiger Beach, Bahamas, I happened to capture this lovely female tiger shark in the backdrop of a beautiful sun ball...
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This large female tiger shark was approaching me and started to deploy the nictitating membrane since she was so close to my dome port. I was lucky enough to capture her with the sun ball behind her.
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I captured this lovely female sand tiger shark effortlessly gliding in front of me amid the controlled chaos of a not-yet-formed bait ball.
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I encountered this large school of spade fish while ascending from the wreck of the CaribSea in North Carolina and were quite tolerant of my presence.
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I captured a female sand tiger shark in a not-so-closely formed bait ball as she effortlessly glided through the mass.
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Recently captured image of the "critically endangered" Small Tooth Sawfish of Jupiter, FL. Canon 5DMKIV, 8-15@15, ISO 500, f/7.1, 1/200, Inon Z330x2, Nauticam Housing. 1 of 12 images captured in sequence. click here
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date posted posted: Thursday, December 6, 2018
date posted category: Wide Angle - Close Focus
date posted location: United States
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Dollar, dollar! by Shana Middleton
Dollar, dollar!
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date posted posted: Wednesday, December 5, 2018
date posted category: Temperate Waters
date posted location: Pacific United States
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Swimmin’ around the Christmas tree :) by Steve Dolan
Swimmin’ around the Christmas tree smile
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date posted posted: Wednesday, December 5, 2018
date posted category: Humorous
date posted location: United States
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Critically endangered so pretty rare opportunity and sigh... by Richard Apple
Critically endangered so pretty rare opportunity and sighting of this marine creature.
This Small Tooth Sawfish was captured in my Canon 5DMKIV using a Canon 8-15 Zoom Lens at 15. ISO 500, 1/200, f7.1 Shot in 85 fsw with two Inon 330Z strobes a...
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10 Votes
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date posted posted: Tuesday, December 4, 2018
date posted category: Wide Angle - Marine Life
date posted location: United States
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East Pacific Red Octopus by Jon Anderson
East Pacific Red Octopus
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Underneath the Kelp by Jon Anderson
Underneath the Kelp
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Sea goddess
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Puget Sound Orange Sea Pen by Chris Mckenna
Puget Sound Orange Sea Pen
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Penpoint Gunnel hiding amongst sunken debris. Taken in the Puget Sound.
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Crab so close
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Blennie in a bottle at BHB
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Turtle scavenging for food off La Jolla Shores by Shana Middleton
Turtle scavenging for food off La Jolla Shores
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date posted posted: Tuesday, November 13, 2018
date posted category: Wide Angle - Marine Life
date posted location: Pacific United States
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Snail among kelp off the Channel Islands by Shana Middleton
Snail among kelp off the Channel Islands
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date posted posted: Monday, November 12, 2018
date posted category: Macro - not swimming
date posted location: Pacific United States
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This alligator had a pretty good attitude about being pho... by Russell Satterthwaite
This alligator had a pretty good attitude about being photographed
I shoot with a 6D and 14 mm and aquaTech underwater housing
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