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Underwater Photo Location: Zeelandbrug, Oosterschelde

Underwater Photo Location: Zeelandbrug, Oosterschelde

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Diving place with almost always something special to find. In spring Sepia's are coming to the bridge to mate and lay their eggs. Diving is best arround the turn of tide. It is possible to dive at other times but the current can be very strong. Visability can vary greatly and can be different at the same day, depending on low or high tide. Due to the visability macro shots is the best option.
Facts about Zeelandbrug, Oosterschelde
  • It is in Netherlands
  • Zeelandbrug, Oosterschelde is in the North Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 0-3 Metres 0-10 Feet.
Dive types
shorenight

Marine Life
small

Diving facilities
air

Photo facilities
macro

by Silvia Waajen
The picture of Facelina auriculata was taken at the divesite Zeelandbrug. Is was present for several weeks and is not common in the Oosterschelde. Unfortunately the dive site is destroyed by the dumping of steel slag.

by Silvia Waajen
In summertime the short snouted seahorse can be found in the Oosterschelde but it is a rare species.

by John De Jong
Playing with the snoot with bad conditions these weekend. However, I was satisfied with these quadrolineata......

by John De Jong
I first thought to discover a strange parasite on the Janolus cristatus. Later I found that it was a juvenile Aeolidia papillosa of 1-2mm. Shot with a +10 diopter on my 50mm macro lens.

by John De Jong
Polycera quadrilineata willing to pose.....

by John De Jong
Take these shot of Diadumene cincta last Saturday. The water temp is about 6 degrees C for the moment. Snoot on my flash mounted.

by John De Jong
Playing with the snoot last weekend. Poor visibility.

by Arjan Van Die
Anemone in the Oosterschelde

by Filip Staes
Portret of a young cuttlefish. Oosterschelde, Zeeland, The Netherlands

by Filip Staes
"Twins!" A couple of frond eolis or bushy backed nudibranch (Dendronotus frondosus), Oosterschelde, Zeeland, The Netherlands

by Filip Staes
Close encounter with a shrimp. Zeeland, the Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Flabellina gracilis, Zeeland, the Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Tubularia indivisa, commonly known as the oaten pipes hydroid. Zeeland, The Netherlands

by Filip Staes
"The bridge". Netherlands most famous dive site: the Zeeland bridge by night.

by Filip Staes
Portret of a juvenile cuttlefish, Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Tubularia indivisa, commonly known as the oaten pipes hydroid. Zeeland, The Netherlands

by Filip Staes
Queen scallop(Aequipecten opercularis), Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Slender eolis(Flabellina gracilis), double exposure inside the camera, Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
" Beauty", Winged thecacera(Thecacera pennigera), Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Juvenile cuttlefish, Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Peacock worm (Sabella pavonina), Oosterschelde, Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Peacock worm (Sabella pavonina), Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Close up of a Greater pipefish (syngnathus acus) Zeeland, The Netherlands.

by Filip Staes
Janolus hyalinus, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
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