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Bounded by Sydney Harbour, the Pacific Ocean and Sydney Harbour National Park, Sydney's North offers a tranquil hideaway only a short ferry ride from the city centre.

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Shelly Beach Goldhorn

Shelly Beach Goldhorn

I was after this picture for a while. My last name is Goldhorn and I was quite pleased to find this Leatherjacket on a night dive at Shelly Beach. Nikon D90, Ikelite housing, Nikon 60mm micro lens, single Ikelite DS-125.
Photocomp June '11 - Open

Living in a beer bottle

Living in a beer bottle

Blenny in a beer bottle. Some guys live at home, emptying beer bottles this blenny has his home in an empty beer bottle. Mosman, NSW, Australia January 2010. Equipment used: Canon 5D II, Hugyfot housing, 2x Inon Z-240 strobes
Photocomp August '10 - Open

Lionfish

Lionfish

Lionfish taken at Clifton Gardens, Australia.
Photocomp July '10 - Novice

Pygmy Leatherjacket

Pygmy Leatherjacket

Pygmy Leatherjacket at Shelley Beach, Manly, Australia. Canon 50D and 35mm lens in Hugyfot Housing with double DS-125 strobes.
Photocomp June '10 - Open

Eastern Blue Groper

Eastern Blue Groper

Eastern Blue Groper at Shelley Beach, Manly, Australia. Canon 50D and 35mm lens in Hugyfot Housing with double DS-125 strobes.
Photocomp June '10 - Open

Seahorse

Seahorse

Seahorse at Clifton garden under the pier, Sydney, Australia.
Photocomp May '10 - Open

Flounder

Flounder

Flounder at Chowder Bay, Sydney, Australia.
Photocomp June '09 - Open

Striped Anglerfish

Striped Anglerfish

Striped Anglerfish at Chowder Bay, Sydney, December 2008 - Canon 20D and 60mm lens in Ikelite Housing with double DS-125 strobes
Photocomp April '09 - Open

Pygmy Leatherjacket

Pygmy Leatherjacket

Pygmy Leatherjacket at Shelley Beach, Sydney, December 2008 - Canon 20D and 60mm lens in Ikelite Housing with double DS-125 strobes
Photocomp April '09 - Open

Painted Anglerfish

Painted Anglerfish

Painted Anglerfish in Chowder Bay, Sydney, December 2008 - Canon 20D and 60mm lens in Ikelite Housing with double DS-125 strobes
Photocomp April '09 - Open

Flathead

Flathead

Flathead at Shelley Beach, Sydney, December 2008 - Canon 20D and 60mm lens in Ikelite Housing with double DS-125 strobes
Photocomp April '09 - Open

Cuttlefish

Cuttlefish

Cuttlefish in Chowder Bay, Sydney, December 2008 - Canon 20D and 60mm lens in Ikelite Housing with double DS-125 strobes
Photocomp April '09 - Open

Blue-Ringed Octopus vs Starfish

Blue-Ringed Octopus vs Starfish

This starfish was happily traveling across the sand when it ran straight into this Blue-Ring. Taken at Clifton Gardens in Mosman, NSW on 18/4/2009 with a Canon G9 with an Inon D2000-S strobe.
Photocomp April '09 - Open

Stingray

Stingray

A stingray close-up, Chowder Bay, Sydney, Australia.
Photocomp March '09 - Open

Seahorse

Seahorse

A cute seahorse at Chowder Bay, Sydney, Australia.
Photocomp March '09 - Open

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