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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Lisa Kelly

27 Entries Found
Stingray in the Cayman Islands
Yum, breakfast! This turtle had to fend off another turtle who was trying to steal his breakfast. However, he had no concern of my large camera dome in his space.
Bow of the Kittiwake
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On one dive site in the Cayman, there were many Lettuce Sea Slugs! They are beautiful creatures.
Juvenile Queen Angelfish
Blenny in a bottle at Blue Heron Bridge.
Seahorse reflection. Taken with Nikon D800 105mm.
Anemone at Boynton Beach
This seahorse has places to go and people to see.
This fish was happy to pose while I practice my macro skills
One bite too many! Taken with Nikon D800, 105mm lens. F13, 1/160, ISO 100, dual Inon strobes.
This octopus was very interested in the Go-pro. Taken with a Nikon D800, 105mm lens. F8, 1/100, ISO200, dual Inon Strobes.
Seahorses at Blue Heron Bridge
Clown fish in the late afternoon as their anemone is closing up
Puffer fish hiding in the reef
Close up of brain coral
Remoras looking for a free ride
Curious turtle...f/8, 1/125, ISO 200.
Cleaner shrimp--open for business.
Splendid seahorse! To me, it appears she is wearing a crown.
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Glorious reef!
Very friendly grouper in the Dry Tortugas. Taken with Canon 7D, 60mm lens, f18, 1/100.
Face off between a photographer and a turtle.
This starfish resting on a rock in the shallow waters of Blue Heron Bridge.
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This French Angelfish was very curious about what I was doing and swam with me for quite a while.
An inquisitive Blenny coming out of his hole to check me out. His little "antennas" were bending in the moderate current.
27 Entries Found