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Breathtaking Underwater Snaps
by KindMeal.my, 29 April 2016
Breathtaking Underwater Snaps

These photos will make you fall in love with the ocean!

A British photographer has been crowned champion in the world’s biggest underwater photography competition.

More than 6,000 pictures were entered for the underwaterphotography.com contests across 17 categories – from above water, to wrecks, sharks and even underwater fashion featuring models.

Diver Terry Steeley, 46, only took a camera underwater for the first time just over three years ago but the judges gave him top honours for his portfolio. He was also awarded a gold medal for winning the over/under category with a picture of a lemon shark in the Bahamas and silver in the freshwater category for his diver in a cave in Mexico.

Other Brits doing well were Nick Blake, who won the temperate waters category for his pic of a friendly seal off Lundy Island in the Bristol Channel, and Luke Gordon who came second in the macro category with a lizardfish having a bite to eat in Indonesia.

Other entries came from all over the world, including Bulgaria, USA, France, Canada, Sweden, Germany and Thailand. Tal added: “This photography contest is the longest running and one of the most prestigious online. If you want to make a name for yourself this is the place to do it."

Some of the shots featured here were in Southeast Asia, including the box jellyfish (Thailand), the clearfin lizardfish predating on juvenile acanthuridae (Indonesia), and the nudibranch (Indonesia).

Let's face it — the health of our oceans is crucial to our survival, and overfishing is one of the ways in which we are most damaging the seas. By eating less fish and seafood, we are doing our part to keep our oceans healthy.

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