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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Danny Van Belle

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Picture taken in the cold water of the Netherlands
Lurking in the dark
Comet longfin from the bay of Dahab
Flabelina exoptata
Shrimp head on
Grouper gets cleaned
The reef near manta mantra
Sawblade shrimp on colonial tunicates
Sawblade shrimp from St. Eustatius
Grouper with companion
Experimenting on photo techniques. Hairy frogfish through magic ball lens but with aperture at F4
Nembrotha feeding on tunicate
Unusual wide angle picture with magic ball lens
Baramundi cod
Hairy frogfish
Flabellina sp.
Jellyfish on a rainy day
Pikeblennie excited
Tailgating nudibranchs head on
Pipefish move always around. Here I was lucky to get the focus just right on the head.
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2016
Third place Monthly HotShots
Final RoundThrough to 2016 awards final round judging

editor's comments

Editor's Comment
Love the leading lines and color separation on this shot. Perfect post and spot on focus! Not easy with a swimming subject!
Coleman shrimps seen through a magic ball lens
The sailfin blennie male attract females by flashing his huge dorsal fin in a blink of an eye. An almost impossible job to get it in the picture.
Looking around in the tunicates of the green waters of Holland
Fingerprint shell
A hunting frogfish is always a nice encounter. The fleshy lure of the hairy frogfish makes it very recognizable. To get the lure as big as possible this shot was made with an Inon Macro Wide angle lens. Focus distance 0 cm.
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