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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Maryke Kolenousky

24 Entries Found
Atlantic hairy triton, Curacao
Spawning bearded fireworm
Long-horn nudibranch less than 1" long, shot on a night dive.
Spotted cleaner shrimp taken with Nikon D100 & 60mm macro lens
Whitespotted filefish
Gray snapper under the pier. Shot with Nikon D100 with 17-35mm lens.
Slender filefish. No more than 2" long, this was shot with a 60mm macro lens, Curacao, 2005
Redspotted hawkfish shot in Curacao with Nikon D100 & 105mm macro lens.
Conch eyes. Taken with Nikon D100 & 105mm macro lens on a night dive.
Blue-ring sea hare, 3/4" long taken with Nikon D100 & 105mm macro lens
queen angelfish
Tufted nudibranch. Barely 1" long, taken on a night dive with Nikon D100 and 60mm lens.
Spawning Christmas tree worms. Nikon D100, 60mm lens.
Chocolate-lined topsnail taken on a night dive with Nikon D100 with 60mm lens.
Apricot sidegill slug. Nikon D100
This curious reef squid happily posed for the camera. Shot in Curacao with Nikon D100.
The Gathering
Ruby brittle stars gathering at night just prior to spawning. Nikon D100, 60mm lens
Going down!
Young Hawksbill turtle racing down the slope for the depths.
Taken with Nikon D100, 12-24mm lens, Curacao, N.A.
Orange frogfish on a night dive in Curacao. Nikon D100, 60mm lens.
Flamingo tongue, Curacao taken with Sea&Sea MM II EX
Sculptured Slipper Lobster This bug-eyed cutie was photographed with a Sea&Sea MM IIEX with 1:3 macro lens
Spotted cleaner shrimp, Curacao, N.A. Sea&Sea MM IIEX with 1:3 macro lens
Seahorse. My first try with a digital camera, Olympus camera with wide angle lens on housing
Silver Medal Silver Medal 2003

editor's comments

Editor's Comment
This seahorse shot sticks out from the multitude of others we get
Spawning Ruby Brittle Star, Curacao, Nikon D100, 17-35mm lens
24 Entries Found