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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Ken Thate

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This shot was taken in Truk Lagoon CCR Diver Gayle Laskosky looking at the coral
This is a shot of the King Posts on a Japenese wreck at Truk Lagoon full of life...
Pic shot inside wheel house of a Japenese tug boat at Truk Lagoon.
Pic of a truck shot on top of a wreck sunk in Truk Lagoon.
A shot of the King Posts of the Wrecks of Truk Lagoon.
Dropping into the hold... shot with Nikon D300
Pic shot of Clown Fish peeking out.. macro pic shot with Sea & Sea DX 8000 & wide angle.
This pic was shot with a Nikon D300 The remains of Japenese Zeros the went down with the ship at Truk Lagoon in WWII.
This pic is of the remains of a truck in a hold of a ship sunk in Truk Lagoon. Shot with my Nikon D300 and Aqautic housing.
This pic was shot with Sea & Sea DX8000 wide angle very close to this Potato Cod and my diver partner. This was at Cod Hole Austrailia.
This pics was shot with high speed 8oo black & white film using a Nikon F4 housed with Aquatica. This in a fresh water lake in Alberta, Canada. I had my camera on a tridpod at 42'
Pic shot with high speed film Black & White, natural light, no flash over train wheels lost in 1902 in Kootenay Lake British Columbia, Canada
This was shot with high speed 35mm film, natural light, no flash of my dive partner over the train wheels at 46' in Kootenay Lake British Columbia Canada. Nikon camera housed by Aquatica.
This Nudi was shot off with a Sea & Sea DX8000 camera, swimming towards the lens. It was on a Explorer Venture liveaboard dive vessel.
This is another shot of the train cars lost in Kootenay lake in 1902. Shot with a Nikon 35mm natural light, no flash. High speed black & white film.
This is a set of train wheels lost in 1902 in Kootenay Lake British Columbia Canada. Several train cars hauling coal were lost off a bardge transporting them. It shot with 35mm film, no flash at 47'. Nikon camera, Aquatic housing
This was shot with a Sea & Sea DX8000 wide angle close up off Cook Town Austraila.
This is the cab of a 1940s vintage truck at 142' inside the Hoki Maru. This pic was shot looking into the truck cab, with video lights, lighting up the cab from rusted out holes in the rear of the cab. I used my Nikon D300 housed with Aqautica.
This was shot inside the Hoki Maru at 142' side shot of Japenese Staff car from WWII
This was shot inside the Hoki Maru at 142' with my Nikon D300 housed by Aquatic. 1940s vintage trucks and cars

editor's comments

Editor's Comment
Ken's a newbie (to us) who entered some great shots in December. This is my fave
This pic was shot with 800 speed film on a wall in 38 deg water in Alberta Canada. It was shot with no flash.
 
 
 
21 Entries Found