LOCATION: Papua New Guinea
STORY: “Under the dilapidated Samarai Wharf is arguably the best acre of diving on Earth. Most of the horizontal deck has long-since crumbled into the sea, but the vertical pilings provide shelter to the schooling sardines and the amazing wealth of freakish creatures below. Of paramount importance in creating this image was a long breath hold. Any exhalation would have altered their pattern and ruined the composition.” – Gug
* This image won 1st place at the Environmental Photographer of the Year competition
* A variant of this image with a model silhouetted above won 1st place in the Scuba Diving Magazine International Photo Competition
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