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Underwater Photo Location: St Abbs, Cathedral Rock

Underwater Photo Location: St Abbs, Cathedral Rock

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A sack barrow is the best way to get your kit to the end of the harbour wall!
Once there it is a relatively easy scramble to get in (by St Abbs standards).
You can see Cathedral rock at low tide, that's the best way to find it.
A great swim through interesting gullies to get there.
It's a great swim through arch with plenty of plumose anemones.
Facts about St Abbs, Cathedral Rock
  • It is in United Kingdom
  • St Abbs, Cathedral Rock is in the North Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
shorecavenightdrysuit

Marine Life
smallkelp

Diving facilities
air

Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Benny Sutton
St Abbs nudi (testing new upload system)

by Grant Kennedy
Cathedral rock, St Abbs, Scotland

by Grant Kennedy
Strobe didn't fire on this one and I ended up with this. Thought it looked quite atmospheric in the end!

by Mike Clark
Diver Ballan wrasse Enclounter. Nik d70 10.5mm lens, 2x strobes.

by Mike Clark
Ballan wrasse swims over beautiful Scottish reef. Nikon D70, 10.5mm with twin strobes.

by Mike Clark
rampaging nudibranch. 2cm long, managed to capture him with my 60mm lens

by Mike Clark
Lesser Spotted Goby

by Mike Clark
Business end of a scorpion fish

by Richard Toward
Taken with Canon A570is and Epoque 150 DS Strobe off St Abbs Scotland.

by Richard Toward
Taken off St Abbs Scotland with Canon a570is and Epoque ds 150 strobe

by Tom Ashton
Taken while freediving through the cathedral rock, St Abbs.

by Tom Ashton
Anemones reflecting in an air bubble on the ceiling of the top arch, Cathedral Rock, St Abbs. Freediving.
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