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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Todd Mintz

15 Entries Found
Banggai Cardinal Fish. The new kids on the block.
THe end of another great day in paradise. Bahamas sunset
Warbonnets are by far one of the most interesting subjects. Just love finding one to photograph. Take in British Columbia, Canada
Baby Leatherback turtle just hatched and heading to the water from the nest. Amazing experience. Smaller than the palm of my hand but going to be massive when full grown.
Canon Digital Rebel. Shot taken in North Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Indonesian fishing village at sunset with volcano in the background. Paradise
Graceful. I liked effect of marbling the light on the sand produces.
Wolk eel from British Columbia Canada. The males such as this one always seem to look like one of the old guys from the muppets.
Bronze Medal Bronze Medal 2005

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Wheres your dentures Grandad!
Cold water diving at its best. Decorated Warbonnet profile. Canon Rebel
Thes guys quickly have become a favourite subject of mine. They vary in colour and nose length. Shot with the Rebel in Indonesia
Dolphin trip to Bahamas. Sometimes the dolphins just love to interact whereas other times you can spend a day getting in and out of the water as they swim away. Shot with the Rebel.
Shot with the Canon Digital Rebel. These guys always seem to have a human characteristic to their look
Boxers crabs taken with the Canon Rebel in Indonesia. First time I had seen them and they soon became a favourite of mine. Thanks to Dr. Bob

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Dr Bob has inspired many a photographer to take a good shot as this proves
14 foot Tiger shark with her nose just inches from the dome before passing just over my head.
Whitesided Dolphin acrobat trying to steady on a moving boat with a pod of dolphins that is very hard to see when they will break the surface.
15 Entries Found