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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Peet J Van Eeden

652 Entries Found: Page 1  of  25
The Color Purple
Lonely elephant bull wading the okavango delta for grass during the dry season
The Pristine and rich marine life of the Cape Peninsula
The Rockpool
A short beautiful life
The water lilies attract various pollinating insects within their 4 days lifespan. They draw back underwater, the seeds ripen, float along streams, and finally sink into the mud where they germinate to begin a new life cy...
The look and the grin
Nile Crocodile in a small fresh water stream
The Hide Away
Silvertip nudibranch taking shelter underneath a false plume sea-anemone
Proud parent and off-springs. Sea anemones can reproduce normally but can also clone asexually
Breaking waves over a carpet of colorful sandy anemones in the intertidal zone
Find the hide-away octopus
A carpet of square-mouth striped anemones
Baby Basket Star
The Circle of Life
Gas flame Nudibranchs paring up for reproduction
Breaking waves filling a rockpool in the ongoing cycle of low and high tide
Underwater Rainbow
The Safety Stop
On a clear day you can see forever
Klipfish and friend
Rock pool at Bloubergstrand, Cape Town
Red Fan worm fully deployed
A couple of Silvertip Nudibranchs
Striped Sea Anemone
The rare walking Sea Anemone
Reaching Out
Basket Star on a Palmate Sea fan
Crowned Nudibranch- proud mother and egg ribbon
West Coast Lobster on the cold Atlantic side of the Cape Peninsula
Boxing Gloves with a sting
Spherules or defense mechanism of a False Plum Sea Anemone to defend its territory. These Spherules contain stinging cells or nematocysts
Silvertip Nudibranch
Mother and Child
652 Entries Found: Page 1  of  25