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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Michael Grebler (5)

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Diver with airplane under the ice at Morrison's Quarry. Nikonos V, 12mm Sea & Sea lens and Fuji film in natural light with manual exposure. Cropped for subject and colour corrected.
By Michael Grebler
posted Monday, April 27, 2009
41 votes

Airplane wreck under the ice at Morrison's Quarry, Quebec, Canada. Ambient light, Nikonos V, Sea& Sea 12mm lens, Fuji 400 ASA film on manual exposure. Colour corrected.
By Michael Grebler
posted Wednesday, April 2, 2008
38 votes

Ice fishing in Morrison's Quarry. Diver posed upside-down under the ice on a floating seat with a fishing rod. Nikonos V, 12mm Sea & Sea lens, manual exposure, kodak 800 ASA film with Ikelite 150 strobe fill.
By Michael Grebler
posted Monday, March 1, 2010
38 votes

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.
By Michael Grebler
posted Wednesday, November 19, 2008
33 votes

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.
By Michael Grebler
posted Thursday, September 18, 2008
31 votes

First try in this category. Nikonos V, 12mm Sea & Sea lens, Kodak 400 film, manual exposure with the Ikelite 150 strobe on the diver just below the ice. Background divers doing skills by plane. Morrison's quarry.
By Michael Grebler
posted Tuesday, May 19, 2009
30 votes

I don't know if this Polar Bear was hunting or relaxing, but I do know he wasn't intimidated as we sailed past. Lancaster Sound, Minolta X700 camera on aperture priority with 80-200 lens.
By Michael Grebler
posted Saturday, February 9, 2008
29 votes

A free diver makes his way back up to the ice entry hole in Morrison's Quarry. Nikonos V camera, 12mm Sea & Sea lens, manual exposure, cropped for subject.
By Michael Grebler
posted Saturday, February 6, 2010
27 votes

Diver with camera at the ice entry hole in Morrison's quarry Quebec, Canada. Nikonos V, Sea & Sea 12mm lens and Kodak 400 asa film, manual exposure. Cropped for subject. A pleasant day under the ice.
By Michael Grebler
posted Wednesday, April 22, 2009
26 votes

Everything in this photo is real, but I altered a tiny detail for creative reasons. You may see it if you look close. Gaskin wreck off Brockville, Nikonos V, Sea & Sea 12mm lens, kodak 800 asa film and manual exposure.
By Michael Grebler
posted Monday, May 3, 2010
25 votes
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Free Diver over plane, photo taken March 16 under the ice... by Michael Grebler
Free Diver over plane, photo taken March 16 under the ice in Morrison's Quarry, Quebec. Nikonos V, 12mm lens, dual Ikelite 150's, manual exposure, Kodak 800 film. Cropped for subject. Sunlight through the ice entry hole.
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date posted posted: Tuesday, March 18, 2008
date posted category: Wide Angle - Divers
date posted location: Canada
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Divers descend a rock fall following a cave line under th... by Michael Grebler
Divers descend a rock fall following a cave line under the ice at Morrison's Quarry, Quebec, Canada. Ambient light, Nikonos V, 12mm Sea & Sea lens, Fuji 800 asa film on manual exposure.
11 Votes
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date posted posted: Sunday, March 2, 2008
date posted category: Wide Angle - Natural Light (no strobe)
date posted location: Canada
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The propellor on the Sonja Maersk, wrecked near Halifax, ... by Michael Grebler
The propellor on the Sonja Maersk, wrecked near Halifax, Nova Scotia during WWII. Nikonos V, 12mm Sea&Sea lens, dual Ikelite 150 strobes and Kodak 400 ASA film.
16 Votes
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date posted posted: Wednesday, February 13, 2008
date posted category: Wide Angle - Wrecks
date posted location: Atlantic Canada
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I don't know if this Polar Bear was hunting or relaxing, ... by Michael Grebler
I don't know if this Polar Bear was hunting or relaxing, but I do know he wasn't intimidated as we sailed past. Lancaster Sound, Minolta X700 camera on aperture priority with 80-200 lens.
29 Votes
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date posted posted: Saturday, February 9, 2008
date posted category: Topside (above water but marine related)
date posted location: Arctic Canada
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A diver checks his gauges at the stern of the Rothesay wh... by Michael Grebler
A diver checks his gauges at the stern of the Rothesay which was wrecked in the St Lawrence River near the town of Prescott, Ontario. Nikonos V with a 12 mm Sea & Sea lens, ambient light, manual exposure with BW400CN film.
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date posted posted: Wednesday, December 5, 2007
date posted category: Wide Angle - Wrecks
date posted location: Canada
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A smiling free diver on his way back to the surface durin... by Michael Grebler
A smiling free diver on his way back to the surface during an afternoon of training dives. Nikonos V with 12mm sea & sea lens, 200 ASA film and twin Ikelite 150 strobes on manual exposure.
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date posted posted: Monday, December 3, 2007
date posted category: Wide Angle - Divers
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Inside the cargo hold of the EastCliffe Hall which was wr... by Michael Grebler
Inside the cargo hold of the EastCliffe Hall which was wrecked in the St Lawrence River near the town of Morrisburg. Nikonos V, 12mm Sea&Sea lens, manual exposure in natural light with 3200 ASA B&W film.

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Those fisheye lenses distort straight lines but are still the right lens for wrecks eh Michael!
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date posted posted: Monday, November 5, 2007
date posted category: Wide Angle - Wrecks
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Underwater Pumpkin carving in Morrison's Quarry, Quebec, ... by Michael Grebler
Underwater Pumpkin carving in Morrison's Quarry, Quebec, Canada. Nikonos V, 12mm Sea & Sea lens, Fuji 200 ASA film, dual Ikelite 150 strobes and manual settings. Pumpkins are surprising buoyant - Happy Halloween everyone.

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At least it was topical!
14 Votes
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date posted posted: Saturday, October 6, 2007
date posted category: Wide Angle - Divers
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Wreck of the Gaskin, in the St. Lawrence River just off B... by Michael Grebler
Wreck of the Gaskin, in the St. Lawrence River just off Brockville, Ontario. Nikonos V, 12mm Sea & Sea lens on manual exposure in natural light with 800 ASA film.
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Neat long exposure of a freshwater wreck Michael
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date posted posted: Monday, September 17, 2007
date posted category: Wide Angle - Wrecks
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Wreck of the Conestoga near Cardinal in the St. Lawrence ... by Michael Grebler
Wreck of the Conestoga near Cardinal in the St. Lawrence River. Natural light photo with a Nikonos V, Sea & Sea 12mm lens and Kodak B&W film on manual exposure.
7 Votes
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date posted posted: Saturday, September 8, 2007
date posted category: Wide Angle - Wrecks
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A Cunner (Tautogolabrus Adspersus), also known as a sea p... by Michael Grebler
A Cunner (Tautogolabrus Adspersus), also known as a sea perch, poses with a piece of wreckage from the WW1 hospital ship Letitia at Halifax, Nova Scotia. Nikonos V, 20mm lens, Ikelite 150 strobe & manual exposure. This took several attempts.
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date posted posted: Tuesday, April 17, 2007
date posted category: Wide Angle - Marine Life
date posted location: Atlantic Canada
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A diver with a DPV cruises underneath the translucent ice... by Michael Grebler
A diver with a DPV cruises underneath the translucent ice of Morrisons Quarry, Quebec. Disposable camera with 400 asa film.

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Now you KNOW this is cold! That's dedication for you! But why weren't you underwater too Michael! ;-)
7 Votes
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date posted posted: Wednesday, March 14, 2007
date posted category: Topside (above water but marine related)
date posted location: Canada
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A Nova Scotia Tech Diver waits out his decompression on a... by Michael Grebler
A Nova Scotia Tech Diver waits out his decompression on a trapeez. Nikonos V, 12mm Sea&Sea lens, 3200 ASA B&W film on manual exposure
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date posted posted: Saturday, March 10, 2007
date posted category: Wide Angle - Divers
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A Sherman-Grant tank from the wreck of the Russian freigh... by Michael Grebler
A Sherman-Grant tank from the wreck of the Russian freighter "Kolkhosnik" sits in spools of barb wire at a depth of 140 feet. Sunk 1942 off Halifax, Nova Scotia. Nikonos V on manual, Fuji 800 film single Ikelite 150 strobe + 12mm Sea & Sea lens.
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date posted posted: Sunday, March 4, 2007
date posted category: Wide Angle - Wrecks
date posted location: Atlantic Canada
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At 145 feet, a diver approaches a Sherman-Grant tank whic... by Michael Grebler
At 145 feet, a diver approaches a Sherman-Grant tank which lies on its side adjacent to the wreck of the Kolkhosnik, sunk off Halifax in 1942. Nikonos V, Sea&Sea 12mm lens, Tmax 400 B&W film, manual setting with single Ikelite 150 strobe fill.
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date posted posted: Wednesday, May 3, 2006
date posted category: Wide Angle - Wrecks
date posted location: Atlantic Canada
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Divers completing an ice dive at Morrison's Quarry (Quebe... by Michael Grebler
Divers completing an ice dive at Morrison's Quarry (Quebec). Nikonos V, Sea&Sea 12mm lens, 200 ASA film with twin Ikelite 150 strobes on manual.
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date posted posted: Saturday, March 18, 2006
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A diver investigates why this liferaft didn't deploy when... by Michael Grebler
A diver investigates why this liferaft didn't deploy when this scallop dragger went down. Luckily, no one was hurt in the incident. Nikonos V, 12mm Sea&Sea lens, single Ikelite 150 strobe and Fuji 800 film.
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date posted posted: Tuesday, August 9, 2005
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The knife-edge bow of submarine L26 at 175 feet, St. Marg... by Michael Grebler
The knife-edge bow of submarine L26 at 175 feet, St. Margarets Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada. The wreck was discovered during the response to the trajic loss of Swissair Flt. 111. Nikonos V, 12mm Sea&Sea lens, twin Ikelite 150 strobes.
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date posted posted: Saturday, July 9, 2005
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Looking up the access ladder from the bottom of number 7 ... by Michael Grebler
Looking up the access ladder from the bottom of number 7 port cargo tank of the tanker Arrow, Chedabucto Bay, Nova Scotia. Canada's first major oil spill in Feb 1970. Nikonos V, 12mm Sea & Sea lens, 400 B&W Tmax and Ikelite 150 strobe shooting up.
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date posted posted: Friday, July 1, 2005
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This photo of the foredeck of the tug Keta V was taken in... by Michael Grebler
This photo of the foredeck of the tug Keta V was taken in June 2001, just 9 months after she ran aground and sank off Liverpool, Nova Scotia. The 7 crew were rescued by Can. Coast Guard. Nikonos V, Sea & Sea 12mm lens and Ikelite 150 for flash fill.
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date posted posted: Sunday, May 8, 2005
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At about 140 feet, a diver hovers above the prop of the S... by Michael Grebler
At about 140 feet, a diver hovers above the prop of the Sonja Maersk which was lost during WWII near Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Nikonos V, Sea&Sea 12mm, single Ikelite 150 strobe and 1600 ASA B&W film.
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date posted posted: Friday, April 22, 2005
date posted category: Wide Angle - Wrecks
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A dive instructor keeps an eye on his novice Open Water s... by Michael Grebler
A dive instructor keeps an eye on his novice Open Water students during a snorkeling exercise at Halifax, Nova Scotia. Pool photo taken with Nikonos V, 20mm lens, single Ikelite 150 strobe and 200 ASA film.
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date posted posted: Saturday, March 19, 2005
date posted category: Wide Angle - Divers
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Wreck of Russian freighter, Kolkhosnik, sunk 1942 with wa... by Michael Grebler
Wreck of Russian freighter, Kolkhosnik, sunk 1942 with war supplies off Halifax, N.S. Canada. Nikonos V, single Ikelite 150 and Fuji 800 ASA film. Sitting upright at 150 feet, the wreck was partially salvaged for its cargo of ingots.
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date posted posted: Saturday, March 12, 2005
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Nikonos V, 12mm fisheye, B&W 400 asa Tmax film in natural... by Michael Grebler
Nikonos V, 12mm fisheye, B&W 400 asa Tmax film in natural light. Wreck of oil tanker Arrow in Nova Scotia, Canada. First major oil spill in 1970.
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date posted posted: Friday, August 6, 2004
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