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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Rylan Stewart

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It takes two to tango.
It was the Law of the Sea, they said. Civilization ends at the waterline. Beyond that, we all enter the food chain, and not always right at the top.
Delicate corals at night
Scrap iron thrown over the cliff slowly rusts and melts into the rocks along the shore. Lanai, HI.
The Champaign Pools hot spring in Rotorua, New Zealand
A close up of a Giant Clam
A soothing sunset on the jetty
A very stately honu rests on top of the Sea Tiger wreck
A yellow faced moray isn't giving me a very warm welcome
A very unfriendly looking sponge crabe caught beside the YO-257 shipwreck at night
Beer Pong reimagined
From the Depths!
Card Sharks
A lone sailboat outruns an impending storm in the waters off Oahu
A wave starts to break as the sun sets near Waikiki, HI
A lone canoe tried to beat the sunset in Maui.
A small Honu gets cleaned
My friend phot-bombs a shot of a nice honu. ;-)
A honu glides by waiting his turn at the cleaning station
A young honu enjoys a cleaning station under the watchful eye of an adult.
Someone place a flag on the YO-257 shipwreck just before Labor Day weekend. The mild current had it billowing out like it was flying in the wind.
Hanauma Bay, Hawaii
Kelly Slater shredding some waves on the North Shore at Pipeline
Late Afternoon at the Ala Wai Harbor in Waikiki
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