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Definitely not the usual place to see sharks - sleeping in a tree!
By Kerri Keet
posted Wednesday, February 1, 2017
17 votes

Early morning dive on the Carnatic with a turtle about to munch on soft coral for breakfast
By Kerri Keet
posted Thursday, August 24, 2017
15 votes

Maldives has always been on my bucket list of diving destinations and I was fortunate enough to be able to go there last year. On a night dive, this couple of anemonefish was settling down for the night.
By Kerri Keet
posted Wednesday, June 22, 2016
13 votes

A common Cape Town fish found often in rock pools and shallow waters, affectionately known as a
By Kerri Keet
posted Friday, April 14, 2017
13 votes

Shy sharks glow green under fluorescent photography lighting. It was really great to watch these green sharks swimming around on the sandy bottom.
By Kerri Keet
posted Tuesday, November 15, 2016
12 votes

Close encounter with an Oceanic Blacktip Shark at Aliwal Shoal, South Africa
By Kerri Keet
posted Monday, November 21, 2016
12 votes

Sea swallows are pelagic nudibranchs which feed on blue bottles out in the open ocean. They are therefore rarely spotted along the coast so I am a very lucky photographer indeed! Occasionally strong winds can blow them shore wards with blue bottles.
By Kerri Keet
posted Tuesday, November 8, 2016
11 votes

Beautifully fluorescent anemone
By Kerri Keet
posted Wednesday, November 16, 2016
11 votes

A perfect picture highlighting the benign nature of sharks. The diver wasn't even aware that he wasn't the center of attraction in the shot, until the shark swam in between us.
By Kerri Keet
posted Thursday, November 17, 2016
11 votes

Klipvis all up in my face
By Kerri Keet
posted Thursday, April 6, 2017
11 votes
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Early morning dive on the Carnatic with a turtle about to... by Kerri Keet
Early morning dive on the Carnatic with a turtle about to munch on soft coral for breakfast
15 Votes
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date posted posted: Thursday, August 24, 2017
date posted category: Wide Angle - Marine Life
date posted location: Red Sea Egypt
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Dislocated jut jaw. the fish seems to be doing fine though by Kerri Keet
Dislocated jut jaw. the fish seems to be doing fine though
8 Votes
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A common Cape Town fish found often in rock pools and sha... by Kerri Keet
A common Cape Town fish found often in rock pools and shallow waters, affectionately known as a "klipvis", which is Afrikaans for "stonefish". They are extroverted fish that like to inspect you closely and their reflections in your port.
13 Votes
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An unheard of visitor to our cold Cape waters - the pinea... by Kerri Keet
An unheard of visitor to our cold Cape waters - the pineapple fish. Initially I thought this was an April fool's joke and just had to go and have a look for myself. I was definitely rewarded!
7 Votes
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Klipvis all up in my face by Kerri Keet
Klipvis all up in my face
11 Votes
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Sevengill Cowshark - a prehistoric shark that we are luck... by Kerri Keet
Sevengill Cowshark - a prehistoric shark that we are lucky enough to dive with here in Cape Town. They can be elusive sometimes so still need to get a pic with my DSLR,but here's a great one from my compact.
9 Votes
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Toilet time! A toilet on the wreck of the SAS Pietermarit... by Kerri Keet
Toilet time! A toilet on the wreck of the SAS Pietermaritzburg in False Bay, Cape Town
10 Votes
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Its interesting how some anemones fluoresce under UV ligh... by Kerri Keet
Its interesting how some anemones fluoresce under UV light and some don't. this one is one of the brightest that I have seen so far, quite an amazing site!
5 Votes
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In my study of underwater fluorescence in temperate water... by Kerri Keet
In my study of underwater fluorescence in temperate waters, I can now add the hagfish to my list. Hagfish are ancient jawless fishes which secrete slime that may act to deter predators.
9 Votes
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date posted posted: Thursday, February 2, 2017
date posted category: Macro - Close-Up
date posted location: Indian Ocean South Africa
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Definitely not the usual place to see sharks - sleeping i... by Kerri Keet
Definitely not the usual place to see sharks - sleeping in a tree!
17 Votes
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Compass jellyfish which had drifted into a False Bay mari... by Kerri Keet
Compass jellyfish which had drifted into a False Bay marina via the cold currents of the Atlantic Ocean
9 Votes
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Unfortunately holidays have to come to an end, so its bac... by Kerri Keet
Unfortunately holidays have to come to an end, so its back to work for us! Here's an image of a crowned nudibranch who stands proud and isn't intimidated by the immenseness of his surroundings
7 Votes
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Beautiful gorgonian fan which is usually found at depth, ... by Kerri Keet
Beautiful gorgonian fan which is usually found at depth, but they grow just under the surface under the jetty as it is out of direct sunlight. It's neighbours are fan worms of varying colours.
8 Votes
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Another practise of the close focus wide angle with my ne... by Kerri Keet
Another practise of the close focus wide angle with my new fisheye lens, bit of a shot on the run as we were participating in a survey of the biodiversity in the yacht basin
4 Votes
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Working on my close focus wide angle shots with my new fi... by Kerri Keet
Working on my close focus wide angle shots with my new fisheye lens. The anemone under the jetty made for a good practise shot
5 Votes
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I took some sunset shots from the water but the visibilit... by Kerri Keet
I took some sunset shots from the water but the visibility wasn't great... as I got out, I noticed that the tide had dropped low enough for me to hop into a rock pool and get some interesting sundown shots!
4 Votes
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Close encounter with an Oceanic Blacktip Shark at Aliwal ... by Kerri Keet
Close encounter with an Oceanic Blacktip Shark at Aliwal Shoal, South Africa
12 Votes
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Oceanic Blacktip Shark admiring his reflection in my dome by Kerri Keet
Oceanic Blacktip Shark admiring his reflection in my dome
9 Votes
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A perfect picture highlighting the benign nature of shark... by Kerri Keet
A perfect picture highlighting the benign nature of sharks. The diver wasn't even aware that he wasn't the center of attraction in the shot, until the shark swam in between us.
11 Votes
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Beautifully fluorescent anemone by Kerri Keet
Beautifully fluorescent anemone
11 Votes
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Shy sharks glow green under fluorescent photography light... by Kerri Keet
Shy sharks glow green under fluorescent photography lighting. It was really great to watch these green sharks swimming around on the sandy bottom.
12 Votes
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date posted posted: Tuesday, November 15, 2016
date posted category: Sharks
date posted location: Indian Ocean South Africa
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Sea swallows are pelagic nudibranchs which feed on blue b... by Kerri Keet
Sea swallows are pelagic nudibranchs which feed on blue bottles out in the open ocean. They are therefore rarely spotted along the coast so I am a very lucky photographer indeed! Occasionally strong winds can blow them shore wards with blue bottles.
11 Votes
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Celebrating Jellyfish Day with this photo taken in Simon'... by Kerri Keet
Celebrating Jellyfish Day with this photo taken in Simon's Town, Cape Town earlier this year.
7 Votes
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Sea Slug Day celebrated with a yellow gasflame nudibranch by Kerri Keet
Sea Slug Day celebrated with a yellow gasflame nudibranch
6 Votes
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I celebrated Sea Slug Day on Saturday by shooting macro f... by Kerri Keet
I celebrated Sea Slug Day on Saturday by shooting macro for a change. We have LOADS of nudibranchs in Cape Town, all different shapes, colours and sizes. Here is an example of a gasflame nudibranch, named as its cerata resemble flames of gas light
10 Votes
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Schooling fish surrounding us on a dusk dive in Cape Town by Kerri Keet
Schooling fish surrounding us on a dusk dive in Cape Town
8 Votes
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All divers who have done a night dive in Cape Town will b... by Kerri Keet
All divers who have done a night dive in Cape Town will be familiar with the swarms of beaked sandfish, which hide in the sand during the day, but as soon as its full dark, they come out to feed by the hundreds. W
8 Votes
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