Under the Sea

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  1. JTHphoto

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    1. THE DEPTHS

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    2. FLIGHT OF THE MANTA

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    3. SYMBIOSIS

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    Awesome series Jason!!

    I like the simplicity of #2. But I like variety...and #1 has a bit of everything :D
     
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    Nice series. Very different. The little eyeball in #3, was it plant lunch?
     
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    Number 1 is my favourite
     
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    Yes, no.1 does it for me. Great shot :)
     
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    lovely :).

    tim
     
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    abraxas, no, its symbiosis, the mutual relationship between the fish and plant. . . . you know, like on finding nemo!
     
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    Wow, Nice!
     
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    Very nice shots, the fish in #2 looks like a submarine.
     
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    I really like this series, Jason! #1 is probably my fave...i like the light streaming through the water, and the curve of the shark on the right. Very cool
     
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    Good ones, rarely see posts of sharks and such
     
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    thanks everyone. :D

    walter - he's alive and well, well-hidden too. i have another shot where he is emerging from the anemone. The clownfish is the only fish that isn't stung by the anemone tentacles, so he seeks refuge there, i'm not sure what he provides for the anemone...

    anty - yeah, the light coming through is what initially prompted me to take this shot. i just held the shutter down as the shark swam over me, at 5fps, this was the best composition.
     

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