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03-07-2021, 06:05 AM - 6 Likes   #1
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Does one need fisheyes to fully appreciate the Point of View?

The Underwater Photography of the Year Winners

All I can say is "Wow!"

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Wonderful images there. Thanks for sharing
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Great images, of scenes most of us have never experienced.

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Amazing images. Thx for sharing.

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Absolutely gorgeous "fish eye" images that credit the photographer highly. Thanks.
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Amazing images, thanks for sharing!!
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Stunning images of never beheld scenes for most of us, I guess. Also, a reminder of what those fisheye lenses can do in capable hands. BTW, they can be immense fun on land too.
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Truly stunning images. The underwater caverns I'll never see in person, but I don't have to miss their captivating beauty because of these images. Thanks for sharing.

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QuoteOriginally posted by robgski Quote
The Underwater Photography of the Year Winners

All I can say is "Wow!"
"Wow" certainly sums it up! Or a silent dropping of the jaws!

Thanks indeed for drawing our attention to such stunning works of photography.
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Those are absolutely amazing. Thank you for sharing!
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Awesome work!
I guess they are all fisheye images, because they represent in some way what fishes might see with their eyes, but I'm pretty sure they weren't all taken with fisheye lenses
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“The Cut” by Diana Fernie is stunning! I am not usually a fan of B&W photos but that one is just perfect. If it had been in colour, the visual impact might be diluted.
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