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Week 39 winner

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by Jeffrey Lim

Amphipods on a coral flower

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by Penn De Los Santos

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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Gulf of Venezuela

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One of the most elegant sharks that I have dived with; a Silky making a close pass in open water.
Runner Up Monthly HotShots shortlistedShortlisted!

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Definitely the best shark shot of the month. Black and White emphasizes the shark's shiny body and makes the eyes stand out.
Stingray City. Nikonos V, 15mm, without strobe
The Tug boat
Spotted Cleaner
Yellow Sea Horse
Nassau Grouper at Fish Den, Roatan, Honduras, Sony RX100.
Caribbean Reef Shark in Honduras, Sony RX100.
Balloon fish eye - Utila
Banded shrimp cleaning spotted moray eel.
arrow crab
This yellowhead jawfish set his mouthful of eggs aside while tending to some house cleaning.
I need help identifying the type of moray eel captured in this photo take in Bonaire.
big crab
Blue Flight
Rainbow Parrotfish [terminal phase ] they are hard to get a shot off ... the are not diver friendly
Waiting for the storm to clear. Started a dive in Tobago after some of the surge settled down
Diver swimming over a large brain coral
Queen angel fish at the blackjack dive site in Tobago near speyside
Yellow head Jawfish with Eggs. Roatan-Honduras
Black Hamlets Mating dance
common Octopus
The Godfather - The look reminded me Marlon Brando
Petalifera ramosa. Invisible to your eyes and hard to find. Its clear against white sand. I only saw it because a fish was trying to eat and spit it out. The Petalifera got away and I was lucky to be there.
not sure what to say bout this photo except I thought it was interesting
Nice shot of a crab just chillin on the coral . Love the way the red pops and check out the eyeballs
Turtle swimming over shark reef
black bar soldier fish and barrel sponge
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