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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Gulf of Venezuela (6)

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Entries to the annual contest close 31st December 2019

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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Gulf of Venezuela

323 Entries Found: Page 6  of  12
Secretary Blenny ... these little guys have such great ex... by Jim Garber
Secretary Blenny ... these little guys have such great expressions
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Spirals - the basic form of life. This is un-cropped.
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cauliflower
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look through lobster
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White Xtree
7 Votes
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haedwave between the coral
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I challenge myself to get a shot of these little guys with the mouth open (showing teeth) and with the reflection of the strobes in the eye. This is an uncropped image, with minimal editing.
5 Votes
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Fish Ball of Big Eye Scad- Taylor Made, Bonaire by Jim Garber
Fish Ball of Big Eye Scad- Taylor Made, Bonaire
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I took this in Bonaire the first week of November. I did crop this, but just to see how sharp and crisp this was.
11 Votes
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NIGHT CAPTURE
8 Votes
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Frog fish with lore by Jim Garber
Frog fish with lore
12 Votes
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salt pier Bonair
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twin spin
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This was taken at the end of the dive on One Thousand Steps. This tiny eel (head not bigger than my thumb) was almost directly under the boat.
7 Votes
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Taken on the reef Something Special, and I thought this XMAS Tree worm was special, it almost glowed!
18 Votes
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ON the house reef at Habitat Bonaire I found this beautiful vase sponge.
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This little guy was quite shy and it took a bit of a wait for him to become comfortable with the bubble-monster. But when he did, I was able to get this shot (after about 15 tries that did not work out.(
13 Votes
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looking
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nice teeths
9 Votes
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Spidertriangle
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I have my eye on you
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Getting close to the end of our dive, I found this anchor (everyone else swam over it as if it wasn't there) and decided it was a good subject to get a sun ball into the picture. After about 10 shots, I got this one, which I really liked.
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I spotted this trumpetfish hanging out over a reddish coloured sponge. I got as close as I could and waited hoping he would come out enough for a full head shot. After 5 minutes, I decided he wasn't so I did this eye-shot instead.
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Angles
While in Bonaire I had time on the House Reef to experiment taking pictures of one my favorite subjects - Christmas Tree Worms. I tried this new angle and was pleased. This is straight from the camera. no crop, no edit (did add copyright.)
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I was trying to get a face shot of a grouper when this French Angelfish decided to swim in front of my camera and pose. So I took the picture of her, and it turned out better than I expected.
11 Votes
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blue and pink
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alien
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