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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Susan Beerman

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Juvenile Trunk Fish getting cleaned by a gobie
This Juvenile Cow Fish finally came out of hiding after about five minutes of seeing divers pass by. It was well worth the wait.
Goldentail Moray - deep throat
Little boy blue, come blow your horn. Trumpet, that is...
The Utila Aggressor II at Rocky Point under a full moon
Goby cleaning a Stoplight Parrotfish
Goatee Blenny - first one I have seen in Utila
This elementary school principal brought "Miss S" diving with him. He will be making a photo book of her travels to help the kindergarten students learn about the letter "S." I bet they'll never forget this lesson!
Green Moray Eel just chillin'
Scorpion Fish in Bonaire
Lettuce leaf slug - comin' at you!
A batwing coral crab was out taking a stroll on the reef
Lettuce Leaf Slug
This conch is really keeping an eye on me.
Juvenile Trunk Fish at the Halliburton wreck
A Christmas Tree Worm in Utila. Does anyone know what the purple thing is? Is it the operculum? What is it doing? (Obviously, I'm not up on marine biology - just love to shoot photos.) I KNOW I don't see this on all Christmas Tree Worms.
Fish descending to the wreck of the Halliburton
Eyes and mouth of a Peacock Flounder
Two indigo hamlets play follow the leader
Such a friendly little guy!
Divers beginning their ascent from the wreck of the Halliburton
Two Christmas Tree Worms
Fire Worm on the Halliburton wreck
Slender File Fish in Utila, shot with an Olympus E520 and a 60 mm lens
Huge sponge on the wall at The Maze - shot with Olympus E520; Ikelite housing; two DS 160 strobes; 12mm
Goldentail Moray Eel in Bonaire
Two divers enjoying their morning coffee at the Halliburton wreck
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