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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Zaid Fadul

138 Entries Found: Page 1  of  6
Biting off more than you can chew
I put together a collage of a Christmas tree worm unfurling. I hope everyone likes it =)
Schooling Tomtates doing their thing
There was a triangle I was trying to shoot between the blenny + the 2 Xmas tree worms. Can you see it?
A not so blended in longsnout seahorse.
Rough Fileclams are the underwater version of venus flytraps
Look inside.
Magnificent feather duster worm and its two sets of radioles.
Look close and you will see the eyes on a really really tiny sun anemone peering down from the middle of this pic =)
Closeup of the eye of a brown garden eel common to the caribbean.
An Osprey surveying the water for it's prey.
Not as impressive as last month's shot, but cleaning stations always captivate nonetheless...
This crab is ready to take on the world =)
I was playing with a low aperture (F4) to blur the backround of this spotted Moray.
Telephoto lenses do wonders for making the sun larger and people's noses smaller...
I am not going to speculate what these looks like...
Southern stingray closeup while he was buried in the sand.
My dive buddy in front of a large school of juvenile Tomtates
Sharpnose pufer ready for his closeup =)
A dominica sunset from the south of the island.
This yellow fanworm can be found under rocks and ledges. About the size of a silver dollar.
I saw Africa in this coral. Do you?
An Osprey giving me a goofy look. They are renowned for their ability to hunt fish, hence the nickname of "fish hawk"
This red sea reef octopus was out hunting when I caught up with him. He proceeded to change colors every 10 seconds...
I would like to think this an intimate protrait of this Clearfin lionfish. However, that was a defensive posture and the only thing I was going to get intimate with here were his spines....
Most photographers use food, I used deception. I kept gesturing as if I had something, and this poor grunt thought he was a bloodhound, yet all I offered were several bright bursts of light...
Do these count as flaring nostrils?
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