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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Bernard Groenewald

27 Entries Found
Here is looking at you.
School of Yellow Snapper
I have my eye on you.
This is a shot of Sodwana with the sun rising over the sea taken with an APPLE I PHONE 3.
TOGETHER
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The Shoal
I choose to follow my own path.
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This little guy was so well comoflauged in his sponge that I swam over him twice before seeing him.
Here's looking at you.
Look here
Get out of my face
This photo was taken in the engine room of the Millionhop wreck, this is an undived wreck. There are no easy cutouts to exit the wreck, you need to enter and exit through the ships doorways.
This photo was taken on my first wall dive in Sharm El Sheik.
Eye to eye with a hermit crab.
Close encounters with a Vampire fish.
School of Bluebanded Snapper
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Out of the way out of the way I am late
I am late
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My Angel
Lamar the Spanish dancing Lionfish was taken on a wreck called T Barge, a man made wreck. He was captured with a 7 megapixel Olympus camera using a wide angle lens in a Ikelite housing, with two DS 160 strobes.
Denny the Blenny was taken on an old wreck called the Hawthorne off Durban South Africe.
SHOAL OF BIGEYES
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GIANT FROGFISH
These Tiger Anenomes were found on a Whip Coral
Long-nose Hawkfish taken a Sodwana
Close encounter with friendly shark
I tried to capture the flash in the reflection of the fishes eye which I was successful with. It was a bit like playing a game of chess as I had to predict the fishes next movement.
27 Entries Found