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 Crunch and Munch 
A massive Loggerhead enjoying some lunch.
By Chase Darnell
posted 05:20 CST Today (within the last hour)
This Sea spider really was in my wish list  And I wanted to see more details on his  face  or some behavior moments. Here I took the shot when he was eating holding his food with his claws.
By Iyad Suleyman
posted 00:15 CST Today (5 hours ago)
Nudibranch Pokemon
By Iyad Suleyman
posted Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Kimbe Bay  PNG. Walls and Coral Fields... a Diver s Paradise.
By Tony Cherbas
posted Tuesday, December 6, 2016
 The Ambassador  Sea snakes are similar to divers  they rise to the surface and go below back to the reefs. As divers we have to be ambassadors for the ocean  spread awareness and inform everyone about the oceans. This image symbolizes that.
By Conor Culver
posted Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Small fish on Gorgonia near Bunaken Island
By Mathias Weck
posted Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Underwater Photo Location: Gulen Dive Resort house reef

Underwater Photo Location: Gulen Dive Resort house reef

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Easy dive site, just off the jetty at Gulen Dive Resort (www.divegulen.com). Lots of nudibranchs and other macro life, especially at night. Even sharks and octopi turn up sometimes. Excellent site, one of my favourites.
Facts about Gulen Dive Resort house reef
  • It is in Norway
  • Gulen Dive Resort house reef is in the Norwegian Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
shorenightdriftdrysuit

Marine Life
smallsharkskelpshoals

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairshireinstructionfriendly

Photo facilities
macropfriendlyphire

by Christian Skauge
Eubranchus pallidus on a background of tunicates. Gulen Dive Resort, Nikon D300 in Nexus housing with twin Inon Z-240 strobes.

by Christian Skauge
The little (30 mmh) goby Lebetus scorpioides resting in an empty shell at the Gulen Dive Resort on the norwegian west coast. Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, 105mm + 1.4 converter, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.

by Christian Skauge
Another Eubranchus pallidus; this time with peculiar red pigment all over. Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.

by Christian Skauge
Eubranchus farrani on a kelp frond. Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.

by Christian Skauge
Lesser swimming crab, Polybius pusillus. Yes, that is a spine from a sea urchin underneath it. The crab looks quite grumpy, so it might be kept as a defensive weapon ;-) Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.

by Christian Skauge
A very cooperative specimen of the little goby Buenia jeffreysii. Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.

by Christian Skauge
This Eubranchus farrani was sitting on the edge of a kelp front, getting ready to take off. I was able to catch it in mid-water as it floated by. Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, 2x Inon Z-240 strobes.

by Bjørnar Nygård
Close up of a cooperative specimen of the Friendly blade shrimp. Nikon D300 in Aquatica housing, 2z Inon Z-240 strobes.

by Christian Skauge
The free-swimming hydromedusae Gonionemus murbachii. Nikon D300s in Nauticam housing, 2 x Inon Z-240 strobes.

by Jorn Ari
Polycera Quadrilineata

by Jorn Ari
Dendronotus frondosus

by Jorn Ari
Eubranchus farrani

by Jorn Ari
Favorinus blianus

by Jorn Ari
Polycera quadrilineata

by Jorn Ari
Flabellina lineata

by Christian Skauge
Brittlestar crawling across a clingfish :-)

by Jorn Ari
Flabellina pedata

by Jorn Ari
Polycera quadrilineata

by Jorn Ari
Flabellina verrucosa

by Jorn Ari
Flabellina lineata feeding on a Tubularia indivisa

by Jorn Ari
Polycera quadrilineata

by Jorn Ari
Flabellina

by Jorn Ari
Aplysia punctata

by Jorn Ari
Dendronotus frondosus

by Jorn Ari
Polycera quadrilineata

by Jorn Ari
Dendronotus frondosus

by Jorn Ari
Adalaria proxima

by Jorn Ari
Eubranchus farrani

by Jorn Ari
Flabellina pedata

by Jorn Ari
polycera quadrilineata

by Jorn Ari
Sharing a meal.

by Jorn Ari
Polycera quadrilineata

by Jorn Ari
Flabellina verrucosa eating a Tubularia indivisa

by Jorn Ari
Polycera quadrilineata

by Jorn Ari
Favorinus blianus

by Jorn Ari
Adalaria proxima

by Jorn Ari
Flabellina eating a Tubularia indivisa

by Jorn Ari
Flabellina lineata

by Jorn Ari
Polycera qyadrilineata

by Jorn Ari
Flabellina

by Jorn Ari
Polycera quadrineata

by Jorn Ari
Flabellina

by Jorn Ari
Favorinus blianus

by Jorn Ari
Lophodoris danielsseni mating

by Christian Skauge
2x Facelina bostoniensis mating, extreme closeup.

by Christian Skauge
Eubranchus farrani nudibranch crawling on the edge of a kelp frond.

by Poul Erik Rasmussen
Flabellina "in headwind" 1/250s f/8 Nudibranch safari 2012, Gulen Dive Resort Norway

by Poul Erik Rasmussen
"Done feeding" 1/250 sek, f8, Canon 40D Gulen Dive Resort.

by Poul Erik Rasmussen
Hydroides norvegia. Sigma 105 mm, 1/250 sek, f/9

by Poul Erik Rasmussen
Flabellina pellucida, Gulen Nudibranch Safari 2012. Sigma 105, 1/250sek, f/25

by Henrik Gram Rasmussen
Feeding Flabelina

by Henrik Gram Rasmussen
Colors on Black

by Henrik Gram Rasmussen
Polycera from the NUDI Safari 2014 in Gulen

by Henrik Gram Rasmussen
Santa Klaus shrimp ?
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