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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Jorge Sorial

86 Entries Found: Page 1  of  4
Green turtle
Blacktail comber posing at the bow of the Estoril shipwreck.
How many eyes are watching?
Wreck of a DC-3 airplane. On September 16, 1966, soon after take-off, the aircraft was ditched by the pilot due to engine malfunction and loss of altitude. The pilot's skill and courage saved the lives of 23 passengers and 3 crew. 1 passenger died.
Close-up of a frogfish
Frontal close up of the nudibranch, Flabellina Affinis.
Underwater comet
Euro 2012 is here! Let the ball roll!
Friendly green turtle in Adeje, Tenerife.
Cuttlefish posing in a tunnel, one of the two entrances in the background.
A shoal of bastard grunts at the forefont and my buddy, Antonio García, at the background.
Hippocampus hippocampus, short-snouted seahorse
Neosimnia spelta, a mollusk that adopts the color of the sea fan, whether red or yellow.
Close up of a spider crab
Flabellina affinis dancing on the floor,,,
Squat shrimp with its flamenco dancing dress...
Underwater ball?
Lizardfish ready to attack its prey
Hey, what's up?
The eye
Scorpion fish posing proudly
Fangtooth moray eel in a night dive
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2011

Final RoundThrough to 2011 awards final round judging
Red-lipped blenny. I had to hypnotize it to take the photograph.
Yellowline arrow crab (Stenorhynchus) guarding a pink anemone
Fangtooth moray eel
Isopod enjoying a free ride on a glasseye's tail (f18; 1/100s; ISO 200)
Yellow sea fan in the seabed of Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. Nikon D300 with a 10.5mm Nikon fisheye lens in a Sea & Sea MDX-D300 housing and 2 Inon Z240 strobes (F13; 1/80s; ISO 200)
86 Entries Found: Page 1  of  4