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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Magnus Keijser

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Picture taken at Hättan, near Ellös, on the Swedish west coast. System: Nikon D70s, Ikelite DSLR housing, Tamron 90 mm macro, Sea&Sea YS110.
Bonaire, 2006.
Nikon D70s, Nikon 10.5mm, 2 Ikelitea Substrobe 100A, Ikelite DSLR Housing.
Hilma Hooker, at Bonaire.
Equipment used: Nikon F801, Sigma 15 mm Fisheye, Ikelite SLR Housing, Ikelite Substrobe 100A, Nikonos SB105, Fuji Velvia 50.

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Always nice to see a new angle on a well shot wreck like the Hilma Hooker
The bay of Björkvik is once a year totally packed with spigg. Just hold up your camera and wait!
Nikon F801 in a Ikelite SLR housing, Tamron 90 mm macro, Substrobe 100A and SB105.
Squids on parade.
Cool squids at the house reff of Buddy Dive on Bonaire, last september. Of all the divesites on Bonaire, BuddyDive's house reef is one of the very best.
Just hovering out in the blue with no references waht so ever, waiting for hammerhead sharks is tricky, so we decided to make a safety stop in the end, and thats where I found these beauties.
Alex under the ice, in a fresh water lake i Vagnhärad, south of Stockholm. When the sun shines at the snow on the ice it works as a gigantic fluorescent lamp and everything under the ice gets very light.
In a fresh water lake in Avgnhärad, south of Stockholm, Sweden. I dive here quite a lot, and one summer we found water lilys, trying to reach the surface. The picture is taken at approx 0.5 meters depth.
In Stockholm there is a very popular dive site called Björkvik. At night, when all the fishes come out, the underwater photographers are there. This is taken nighttime, in january, in 4 degrees celcius water. The fish is called "Simpa" in swedish.
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