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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Luke Gordon

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Look into my eyes....
Stepping into the spotlight, a tiny flathead
Stepping out from the darkness, into the spotlight. Juvenile Warty Frogfish (Antennarius maculatus)
The search for a mate....
Jorunna parva, pastel colours and a nice little shrimp......can you see it..?
Snooted juvenile puffer at night
Whiteface Waspfish....why so grumpy!?
Clearfin Lizardfish (Synodus dermatogenys) predating on Juvenile Acanthuridae, right moment, right time
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Right moment, right time, right capture! Perfect fit! One of the best captures I've seen this month.
Tropical Bobtail Squid!!!
Snooted Flathead......peering out of the darkness
This guy enjoyed the spotlight, male Ribbon Eel (Rhinomuraena quaesita)
Crinoid Shrimp looking down the lens
Amphiprion pose
Juvenile cuttlefish
Tiny little dive site in Fiji producing the goods, today a pair of Coleman Shrimp!
Roughsnout Ghostpipefish in the muck
Chelidonura hirundinina
Bull Shark this morning at our dive at Cathedral, 8 or 9 were present and this guy came in to inspect my little ZEN mini dome!
Xenocarcinus tuberculatus on his black coral host
Imperial Shrimp on Thelenota anax.....guarding his moving home!
Ambon Scorpionfish
Coleman shrimp in Bali!
F10, 1/250, ISO 100, 100mm Macro
Padang bai, two frogfish! Little & large.....'You have to get through him first'
Phyllodesmium rudmani, a perfect mimic of its host! Probably my best find!
Giant Frogfish having a yawn, using the tokina and teleconverter for a wide angle macro effect
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