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Underwater Photo Location: Oesterdam

Underwater Photo Location: Oesterdam

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The Oesterdam, also known as Bergse Diepsluis, is a dive site at the end of the Oosterschelde. Fur that reason there is a minimum of current, and it is possible to dive here 24 hours a day.
Facts about Oesterdam
  • It is in Netherlands
  • Oesterdam is in the North Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
shorenightdrysuit

Marine Life
small

Diving facilities
friendly

Photo facilities
macrowideanglefilm

by John De Jong
These male Sepia tried to impress me.

by Luc Rooman
Parende sepia's Oosterschelde Nederland

by John De Jong
Mathing of the Sepia in the Oosterschelde. In the rear side you can see the objects were their eggs are fastened.

by John De Jong
These pictures of the mating of the Sepia was made at a moment with good visibility, no other divers around and som sunlight at 7 meter depth.

by John De Jong
Sepia´s at the start of mating. Some seconds later and they will be right ahead each other.

by John De Jong
Ofcourse we have flowers above and below the water in the Netherlands.

by John De Jong
UFO !!!!!! These jellyfish looks like an Ufo in space. The backscatter are the stars, I didn’t remove it because I like the effect.

by John De Jong
The mating of the Sepia is for many divers in the Netherlands the start of the diving season. However, in May the start was 5 month's earlier.......

by John De Jong
These female Sepia is putting her egg to a stick, while her partner is in the neighborhood.

by John De Jong
The beginning of the mating season of our Sepia's some weeks ago. There were four on these sticks, now there are plenty. Unfortunately there are also plenty divers now......

by Filip Staes
common spider crab (Macropodia rostrata)Zeeland, the Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Platichthys flesus, Zeeland, The Netherlands
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