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zenobia wreck
By Natascha Lobisch
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This is a photo of the tiny creature fondly called the seapen crab. Taken in Anilao  Batangas  Philippines.
By Glenn Ian Villanueva
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A split image showing both the underwater world  and majestic landscape of French Polynesia
By Matt Neustadter
posted Yesterday
This is a photo of a nudibranch  Doriprismatica Atromarginata  taken during the 2021 Anilao Photo Shootout. I m surprised  this nudi have 3 rhinopores.
By Glenn Ian Villanueva
posted Yesterday
glas fish
By Rune Rasmussen
posted Yesterday
Parablennius gattorugine
Drawing with back lighted
By Cumhur Gedikoglu
posted Yesterday

Underwater Photo Location: Eyemouth

Underwater Photo Location: Eyemouth

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Nice little nudibranch, found on a cold April Day.
Facts about Eyemouth
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
small

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairshireinstructionguidedfriendly


by Mike Clark
Tiny Nudibranch

by Mike Clark
Plaice, Eyemouth

by Mike Clark
Yarrels Blenny close up with schooling pollack in background. 10.5mm lens twin strobes

by Mike Clark
Beautiful Sea Scorpion

by Mike Clark
vivid orange squat lobster

by Mike Clark
Mating swimming crabs

by Mike Clark
Topknot hiding under rocks

by Richard Toward
Taken with Canon A570is. Ness Ends Gully off Eyemouth, Scotland

by Mike Clark
Small nudi, st. abbs Scotland. 60mm lens

by Richard Toward
Hermit Crab, Green Ends Gully, Eyemouth. Taken with Canon A570is

by Richard Toward
Taken with Canon A570is with Epoque es-150 ds strobe.

by Richard Toward
Taken off Eyemouth at Ness Ends Gullies. Using a Canon A570is and Es-150 Strobe

by Mike Clark
Wolf fish having a look out of his hole

by Richard Toward
Lobster taken off Eyemouth, Scotland with canon a570is and epoque ds 150 strobe.

by Mike Clark
Coning tower of U12 swept by juvenile whiting. 48 metres down 4 degee c. Nikon D70 in sea and sea housing with 2 strobes

by Tom Ashton
A friendly scorpion fish at Nestends gully, Eyemouth. CanonG11 & s&s ys110

by Tom Ashton
a friendly seal at Eyemouth, east Scotland. canon g11, ys110 strobe.

by Tom Ashton
Primordial soup Plankton swarm at Eyemouth, Scotland

by Mark Thomas
Grey seal - Eyemouth harbour.
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