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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Patricia Sinclair

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I see you! A Pink Anemone fish peeking out of her anemone at me.
Cyerce elegans - I was trying to show how etheral this particular nudibranch is.
This little crab was busy in the soft coral feeding, so I tired to get a different perspective of him than I have done before.f
White flat worm - experimenting with wide open aperiture on the fast moving worm (it was hauling!)
When I took this image of the Christmas Tree Worm, I saw that there was a shrimp on it, a very small translucent shrimp
Bonaire - I found this fairy basslet swimming on the Captain Don's House Reef. Lucky for me, she posed just a bit.
Hairy frogfish - this was pretty small one...I loved seeing it!!!
Halgerda batangas its a very odd (mutation) right rhinophore.
Sometimes, months later you go through old images and find one that you had overlooked - as I did with this one.
Hello Human
She looks as if she is looking upward to the surface. Full of eggs, which look like pink jewels.
I just love the look on this guy's curious
I found this shrimp on a bubble anemone while in the Philippines (Anilao) - macro heaven.
Black Coral Crab with eggs
"looking at me looking at you" - small damsel fish juvenile
Louis was filming green sea turtle (who was so cooperative)
I call this "Hopeful" - experiment with hard and soft focus together on the main subject
Sometimes you have to stop and take the image of a Christmas Tree worm - just because they are so danged pretty! This is uncropped.
small rough head blenny that I found at the end of my first dive in Roatan
Green Sea Turtle
less than 2cm Lettuce Leaf sea slug - smallest I have ever seen. I managed to get both eyes on this image as well!
Crab surveying his domain
Goby pair at their home (nursery on the other side)
"Coy" - this little filefish was peeping out of his coral hideaway at me - trying to camouflage.
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