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Hidden Clownfissh
By Hansruedi Wuersten
posted 03:18 CST Today (within the last hour)
Waves of beauty
Frilled Nudibranch unique to the Cape Peninsula  South Africa
By Peet J Van Eeden
posted 02:25 CST Today (1 hour ago)
Leaf sheep Nudibranch  Costasiella sp.
By Julian Hsu
posted 02:25 CST Today (1 hour ago)
Reverence.
Young adult male humpback poses for a shot.
By Kim Ramsay
posted 02:20 CST Today (1 hour ago)
Octo in a bottle
By George Touliatos
posted 00:00 CST Today (3 hours ago)
Pair of fire dart gobies. Nikon D 70  60mm lens   twin strobes.
By Sam Taylor
posted Sunday, December 9, 2018

Underwater Photo Location: Sint Annaland

Underwater Photo Location: Sint Annaland

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At the end of the Oosterschelde you find Sint Annaland. Weel known for the fabulous "Zeedahlia´s ", that´s how we call the Urticina felina.
Facts about Sint Annaland
Dive types
wallnightdriftdrysuit

Marine Life
small

Diving facilities
friendly

Photo facilities
macrowideanglefilmpfriendly

by John De Jong
Dutch Flowers, send to you at the end of the year........

by John De Jong
Eathing Crab. It looks like he loves worms.....

by John De Jong
The Dahlia brings some colour in our grey waters.

by John De Jong
These Elysia viridis seems to make acrobatic exercises on these sponge.

by John De Jong
Some animals show their beauty when you see them in close up. These picture of an Asterias rubens I made yesterday, the water is around 6° Celcius now.

by John De Jong
The first time I ever saw Syngnathus acus mating, last weekend in our Oosterschelde. Unfortunately I had my macro lens on the camera :-(

by John De Jong
One of last winter. A Cyclopterus lumpus in close up.

by John De Jong
Practising with the snoot on macro subjects.

by John De Jong
Detail of a crab, using my snoot.

by John De Jong
Some playing with the snoot yesterday. These Aeolidia papillosa was willing to pose.....

by John De Jong
I missed him last week, but yesterday I was lucky enough to find him. There will be more the next weeks, waiting for the lady's

by Rob Snieder
A Lumpsucker, photographed in the Oosterschelde, The Netherlands at the diving location Sint Annaland (Island Tholen) on February 6 2012. I used a Canon 550D + 60mm macro lens f/4.5 1/60 sec ISO200, dual Ikelite strobe.

by John De Jong
These lumbsucker was hidden between the oysters in the Oosterschelde. Hide for all these photographers with their irritating flash lights….

by John De Jong
Hidden in these oister, shot last weekend with my 50mm macro and +10 diopter.

by John De Jong
Last weekens I made my first dive after 4 weeks. I can't remember when I didn't dive for such a long time, but influenza..... These lumbsucker wit eggs was my goal for these dive, and I was glad I found him ;-)

by Filip Staes
The beginning of new life (Goniodoris castanea), Zeeland, the Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Atlantic bobtail (Sepiola atlantica), Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Goniodoris castanea, Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Juvenile Lumpsucker (1/2 inch), Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Atlantic bobtail (Sepiola atlantica), Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Longspined bullhead(Taurulus bubalis), Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Goniodoris castanea, Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Shorthorn sculpin (Myoxocephalus scorpius)with eggs, Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Early morning view over the Oosterschelde, time to dive! Sint-Annaland, Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Eduard Bello
Sint-Annaland, Zeeland. Colourful Seeweed

by Filip Staes
Dahlia anemone (Urticina felina), double exposure in camera, Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Eduard Bello
Bruine plooislak, gonedoris castanea

by Eduard Bello
Zeenaald, syngnathus acus

by Eduard Bello
Zeenaald, syngnathus acus

by Filip Staes
European lobster or common lobster (Homarus gammarus), Zeeland, The Netherlands.
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