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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Toby Lynch

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hermit crab
The Barbie Line. Cenote Dos Ojos
excuse me.. coming through!!!
Green moray eel lounging on the deck of the El Aguila.
It is all in the detail.
My first seahorse picture!
Flamingo Tongue. Taken in December in Roatan.
Sunset taken just north of Cape May New Jersey in Sept 2009. Taken with a Canon 50D, Sigma 18-125 lens. Shutter speed 1/30th, f4.0, and ISO 500.
The view from Sundowners Beach Bar.
Cup 'O' brittle star.
Flamingo tongue in profile.
A friendly grouper giving me the evil eye.
Taken on reefs of Roatan. The background was desaturated in lightroom in order to highlight the pattern of the shell.
Scorpion fish, full frame. Taken 2 weeks ago on a holiday in Roatan.
Fireworm yoga
One of the many sculptures in the Underwater Sculpture Garden by Jason deCaires Taylor.
Scorpion Fish
Peterson Cleaning shrimp. This was taken at the Little Sister in Carriacou, in late December.
A piece of twisted metal hanging of the hull of the Bianca C.
Balloon fish out for a slow Sunday stroll, on the reef around the Veronica L.
A pair of Trident Horns found on Shark Reef.
A little fire and brimstone for Halloween. The effect was produced using a Sealife macro lens and external flash, and was completely unexpected, and have never been able to reproduce it since. This guy was found on haul of he Shakem at about 90ft.
Sleeping nurse shark found under a ledge.
Head shot
Check out my goatee
White Spotted File Fish. One of my favorite things to see on Shark Reef. There are at least 2 mating pairs that inhabit the reef.
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