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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Jan Morton (5)

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Pygmy Sea Horse.  Approx 8mm in length.  
Olympus OMD E-M1 with 60mm Macro + SMC +SMC Multiplier
By Jan Morton
posted Monday, February 16, 2015
26 votes

Hermit Crab Face with Baby Blues
By Jan Morton
posted Friday, June 19, 2015
22 votes

A beautiful pair of Haig's Porcelain Crabs on a Sea Feather.
By Jan Morton
posted Sunday, February 14, 2016
21 votes

Giant Frogfish off of Siquijor Island.  Uncropped image.  One of my bucket list checked off!
By Jan Morton
posted Thursday, February 19, 2015
19 votes

High Five!
Baby Bobtail Squid
By Jan Morton
posted Tuesday, March 10, 2015
17 votes

Eye of the Conch
By Jan Morton
posted Thursday, August 27, 2015
17 votes

Portrait of a Moray Eel.  I lucked into this shot when my right strobe was bumped out of position and lit behind some coral failing to light the right side of the frame.  It was really lucky...love this shot!
By Jan Morton
posted Wednesday, November 5, 2014
16 votes

The thankful smile of an Oceanic White Tip female shark.  I think she is saying
By Jan Morton
posted Wednesday, November 5, 2014
16 votes

Very rare Juvenile Diamond Filefish. Taken at super macro using Oly 60mm with Nauticam SMC. This little lovely is approx 4mm in length of body as I couldn't see its fins with naked eye or my inserts.
By Jan Morton
posted Tuesday, January 27, 2015
16 votes

Great Hammerhead breaking the Shoal.
By Jan Morton
posted Monday, December 15, 2014
15 votes
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131 Entries Found: Page 5  of  5
Female Tiger Shark - Tiger Beach, Bahamas
6 Votes
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date posted posted: Friday, December 19, 2014
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Caribbean Sea Bahamas
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Great Hammerhead breaking the Shoal.
15 Votes
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Take Me to Your Leader!
3 Votes
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CHEESE!!! Oceanic White Tip Female with Diver
Cat Island, Bahamas
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10 Votes
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Blenny Face. Super Macro - Oly E-M1 with 60mm with SMC and Multiplier from Nauticam. No Crop image.
11 Votes
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Three Large African Pompano - Silver fish are a real challange to capture but this group gave me all the opportunities they could. Behind is the Port Nelson Wreck. Olympus OMD E-M1 with 7-14mm and twin Inon Strobes.
3 Votes
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date posted posted: Saturday, December 13, 2014
date posted category: Wide Angle - Marine Life
date posted location: Caribbean Sea Bahamas
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Blue Hole Divers Surprise.
Atlantic Sharp Nose Sharks
8 Votes
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Isla Lady
Female Whale Shark in B&W.
5 Votes
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Blenny Face; Full Frame no Crop; Olympus OMD E-M1 with 60mm using Nauticam SMC and Multiplier.
6 Votes
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Glass Blenny at Full Frame. Olympus OMD E-M1 using 60mm with Nauticam SMC and Multiplier.
8 Votes
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Hop to It ; Full Frame No Crop, Olympus OMD E-M1 with Nauticam SMC and 60mm Lens
7 Votes
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Secretary Blenny in Awe ; Full Frame No Crop. Oly OMD E-M1 with Nauticam SMC and Multiplier
12 Votes
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Free Diver with Whale Shark - Diver Liz Parkinson interacting with a magnificent female Whale Shark off the coast of Isla Mujeres, Mexico. Oly OMD EM-1 with 8mm Fisheye lens and Natural lighting. Image is slightly cropped and corrected.
12 Votes
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Glass Blenny - Nassau, Bahamas. Captured on Olympus EM-1 with Nauticam SMC and Multiplier. Twin Inon Z240 Strobes. Image is Not Cropped but slight colour adjustment in LR
4 Votes
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Scorpion Fish - James Bond Wreck Reef, Nassau, Bahamas. Canon G12 with twin Inon Z240 Strobes; 6.1mm - No Crop. colour adjusted in LR
7 Votes
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Lemon Shark feeding at the surface. Olympus EM-1. Cropped and adjusted in LR
6 Votes
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Oceanic White Tip Female below. Image captured on Olympus EM-1 using natural light. 8mm fisheye lens in Nauticam Housing. Very slightly cropped and colour adjusted in LR
7 Votes
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Secretary Blenny - Popping out. Olympus EM-1 using 60mm Macro and 2xULC 165 m67 twin Inon Z240 Manual ; ISO 250, f 18, 1/320 - No Cropping but colour and slight backscatter removal in LR
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14 Votes
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Secretary Blenny Face
10 Votes
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A smug smile from a friendly Lemon Shark. I'd love to know what this devious looking young lady was thinking when she photobombed my shot!
12 Votes
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The thankful smile of an Oceanic White Tip female shark. I think she is saying "Thanks for swimming with me!". Taken in Cat Island on Stuart Cove's White Bungi
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2014
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Amazing smile , looks like Bruce from Nemo
16 Votes
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Portrait of a Moray Eel.  I lucked into this shot when my... by Jan Morton
Portrait of a Moray Eel. I lucked into this shot when my right strobe was bumped out of position and lit behind some coral failing to light the right side of the frame. It was really lucky...love this shot!
16 Votes
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Mating amalgamation of Atlantic Sharpnose Sharks - Rhizop... by Jan Morton
Mating amalgamation of Atlantic Sharpnose Sharks - Rhizoprionodon terraenovae in a Blue Hole in the Bahamas
9 Votes
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131 Entries Found: Page 5  of  5