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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Steven Anderson (3)

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By Steven Anderson
posted Tuesday, February 28, 2006
86 votes

Sponges and soft corals at the top of the reef, the photo was taken with the Sealife DC200 using a single strobe, while ascending for safety stop
By Steven Anderson
posted Friday, March 31, 2006
81 votes

This photo was taken in Cozumel in Dec of 2005, there were 2 French Angels in this hole along with 2 Queen Angels. All photo friendly.
By Steven Anderson
posted Tuesday, February 28, 2006
79 votes

This Southern Stingray looks as if he would be saying
By Steven Anderson
posted Tuesday, February 28, 2006
76 votes

A Beautiful Day for Diving! The photo was taken using a wide angle lense and natural light.Morning dive in Cozumel 12/05.
By Steven Anderson
posted Friday, March 31, 2006
70 votes


By Steven Anderson
posted Friday, March 31, 2006
69 votes

Hundreds of Silversides filled this crevice at Lighthouse Reef in Belize. The Siversides were looking to escape the wide mouth of a Tarpon.This photo was taken with my Sealife DC200 and one strobe.the dive was almost as great as the Blue Hole.
By Steven Anderson
posted Friday, March 31, 2006
69 votes

This turtle decided he was friendly and posed for this shot. I took this photo off of Playa Del Carmen in 2004. I used my Sealife Camera with a single strobe.
By Steven Anderson
posted Friday, March 31, 2006
66 votes


By Steven Anderson
posted Friday, March 31, 2006
66 votes

This photo was taken off Grand Bahamas Island in 2003. I used my DC200 and a single strobe to photograph this subject. I pushed many a shark off while taking this photo. There were probably 8 sharks swimming with us. No Cage!!
By Steven Anderson
posted Friday, March 31, 2006
63 votes
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Lemon twist with a bit of yin and yang - West End Bahamas by Steven Anderson
Lemon twist with a bit of yin and yang - West End Bahamas
25 Votes
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Emma the world famous Tiger Shark dives headon to face my... by Steven Anderson
Emma the world famous Tiger Shark dives headon to face my lens at Mt Olympus - Tiger Beach - Bahamas
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Tiger Beach never fails for Tiger Shark encounters! by Steven Anderson
Tiger Beach never fails for Tiger Shark encounters!
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Everything shines under the Shear Water at Tiger Beach - ... by Steven Anderson
Everything shines under the Shear Water at Tiger Beach - Bahamas
7 Votes
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Lemon Shark rises !!!! by Steven Anderson
Lemon Shark rises !!!!
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Sharks and the sky make me dream!!!!! by Steven Anderson
Sharks and the sky make me dream!!!!!
13 Votes
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Diving on the Sugar Wreck always provides perfect subject... by Steven Anderson
Diving on the Sugar Wreck always provides perfect subjects for photography. Young turtle makes its way across the wreckage and reef. Sugar Wreck - West End Bahamas
10 Votes
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We waited quite a while for this pretty female Tiger Shar... by Steven Anderson
We waited quite a while for this pretty female Tiger Shark to show up and when she did she was a handful!
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Calling all sharks!!!!! Shark Paradise off West End Bahamas by Steven Anderson
Calling all sharks!!!!! Shark Paradise off West End Bahamas
14 Votes
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Healthy reefs and clear water of the Bahamas and at the s... by Steven Anderson
Healthy reefs and clear water of the Bahamas and at the surface the MV Shear Water during dive off Freeport late in the day.
12 Votes
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Lemon Sharks on patrol at Tiger Beach - Bahamas by Steven Anderson
Lemon Sharks on patrol at Tiger Beach - Bahamas
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Standing in the shadows and waiting for more sharks to ar... by Steven Anderson
Standing in the shadows and waiting for more sharks to arrive.
11 Votes
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date posted posted: Wednesday, June 15, 2016
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) Bahamas
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Lemon Shark always offer a great greeting upon our arriva... by Steven Anderson
Lemon Shark always offer a great greeting upon our arrival at Tiger Beach off West End Bahamas
12 Votes
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Sharks help maintain a good balance for the reefs that su... by Steven Anderson
Sharks help maintain a good balance for the reefs that surround the Bahamas. This image was taken at Tiger Beach.
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Remember get as close as you can! Tiger Shark Love by Steven Anderson
Remember get as close as you can! Tiger Shark Love
9 Votes
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Standing in the shadows at Tiger Beach as this Lemon Shar... by Steven Anderson
Standing in the shadows at Tiger Beach as this Lemon Shark is still on patrol.
5 Votes
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Under the Shear Water the magic begins! by Steven Anderson
Under the Shear Water the magic begins!
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Tiger Sharks are always curious and have no problems coming in close when comfortable. Shark to the left , shark to the right and one big one in front of me. Tiger Beach - Bahamas
10 Votes
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The more sun the more sharks!!! Lemon Sharks swim and patrol constantly at Tiger Beach off West End Bahamas. This Lemon Shark engages in a flyover.
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Striking the pose.... Reef Sharks are quick to make a presence when divers are near! Tiger Beach - Bahamas
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date posted posted: Wednesday, December 30, 2015
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) Bahamas
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Then there was 3 .... Diver spending few moments alone with 2 Reef Sharks off West End Bahamas.
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Diving at a famous spot off the Bahamas called Tiger Beach offers the large Tiger Sharks a chance to get a friendly nose rub by brave divers.
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The beginning of life starts as we release baby turtles into the Gulf Stream which is located between the US and Bahamas that flows north and carries turtles on a lifetime journey.
17 Votes
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The Bahamas has healthy reefs due to large apex predators like this large Tiger Shark.
5 Votes
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Tiger Twist at Tiger Beach off West End Bahamas.
7 Votes
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Clear water and healthy reefs enhance the presence of sharks in the Bahamas.
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16 Votes
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date posted posted: Thursday, November 12, 2015
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) Bahamas
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Nothing like a closeup with a Tiger Shark. This image was taken during a recent trip to Tiger Beach, Bahamas.
8 Votes
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date posted posted: Wednesday, September 30, 2015
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Atlantic (North American coastal) Bahamas
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1251 Entries Found: Page 3  of  47