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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Pam Wood

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Zippy and friends. I got the best shots of Zippy (the pufferfish) probably because he was one of the more cooperative of the bunch. Shot in Kona, Hawaii, Canon 5d mark II, 17-40mm lens.
Racoon Butterfly fish. Shot with my new Canon 5d Mark II in Kona, Hawaii.
Zippy the Pufferfish. Taken in Kona, Hawaii
Lemon Shark sneaking up behind a diver. This may be a good time to grow a pair of eyes behiind your head!
This Tiger Shark appears to be doing a dance with the photographer.
Ok, so I know its not a fish, but its amusing and its underwater! One hungry Tiger going for a chunk of meat.
Could anyone please identify this fish for me? I would really like to name this fish correctly. Thanks so much. Shot in Bimini, Bahamas.
The Stoplight Parrotfish. I think he's smiling at me?
Banded Butterfly fish taken in Bimini, Bahamas.
Grand Bahamas West End.
Squirrelfish in the Coral Sea. Shot in Bimini, Bahamas.
Up close and personal with the Lemon Shark.
A different perspective of Grand Bahamas from the air.
"I'd really prefer if I was not on the menu tonight, but if you must, my much larger cousin in right behind me!"
"I got one good tooth and I know how to use it!"
Yellowhead Wrasse shot in Bimini, Bahamas.
This new pet is gonna need a longggggg leash!
The beautiful Coral Sea Garden in Bimini, Bahamas.
Stopped in Bimini, Bahamas overnite on my dive trip and went for a walk on the beautiful beach and found this amazing sight of a wreck along the seashore. Looks likes its been here a long time.
The French Grunt, one of the more cooperative fish on my dive trip in Bimini, Bahamas.
You just can't have enough friends. Lemon Sharks shot at Tiger Beach.
"The Sapona". A concrete boat in Bimini used to smuggle rum into the U.S. in the 20's. It sank in 1929 during a hurricane and is now a popular dive destination with abundant sealife.
I was diving at a wreck site in Bimini when I came upon this stingray buried in the sand. I slowly crawled on my stomach to photograph it and after many images I reached out to touch it and it gracefully lifted its wings and swam away.
Hello Ms. Tiger Shark. Wow, are you a big girl! Check out the hook in her mouth.

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Editor's Comment
superb portrait of this big guy Pam
Just "Say Cheese"! Lemon Shark shot at Tiger Beach, Bahamas.
This photo clearly shows how the teeth are easily replaced by the ones behind.
Lemon Shark shot at Tiger Beach near Grand Bahamas
Seals on the Santa Cruz Wharf #2.
This is my second photo of the seals on the wharf. I went back 2 weeks later to see if they were still there, and to my surprise, there they were. Watching them crawl across each other was hysterical.
Don't you just want to sit down and have a Corona here?
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