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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Gulf of Venezuela

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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.
Fish Ball of Big Eye Scad- Taylor Made, Bonaire
I took this in Bonaire the first week of November. I did crop this, but just to see how sharp and crisp this was.
Frog fish with lore
salt pier Bonair
twin spin
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.
Taken on the reef Something Special, and I thought this XMAS Tree worm was special, it almost glowed!
ON the house reef at Habitat Bonaire I found this beautiful vase sponge.
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.(
nice teeths
I have my eye on you
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.
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.
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.)
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.
blue and pink
sharks in cara a cara dive site
Cleaner shrimp on pink tip anemone
sharks black and white
Squid colors
Turtle and coral
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