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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Norwegian Sea

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Red jellyfish
A little Goby
Monkfish, waiting for food. totaly relaying on his camoflage smile
tokina 10-17, inonz 240 strobes
the coldest dive so far this year smile

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this shows the drama of coldwater diving!
Pool fishing
Close up of the 2cm large Sepiola atlantica
Colorful Jellyfish in Southern Norway
"Crab and bird".
The crab was eating on a bird and I got real close before it saw me.
"Mysterious"
Tiny cold-water plankton (Clione limacina), free swimming in the cold waters of Norway, looking for prey - which it will devour after hooking it with its eversible tentacles.
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The mast on Frankenwald (voted as the best wreck in Norway), on the Norwegian West coast.
Frankenwald, on the Norwegian west coast. Voted as the best wreck in Norway.
B&W Reflections
Tritoniopsis alba
The Hurtigruten ship "M/S Nordstjernen". Picture was taken at a nice and sunny day, aprox. 300 km above the arctic circle, end of May 2010.
Still snow on the top of the mountains, a fischschool in the front of the picture.
picture of a male blåstål (labrus mixtus) that left his sheltering cave for a short while.
A small Lithodes maja seeking shelter under the tentacles of a Bolocera tuediae
Close up of a cooperative specimen of the Friendly blade shrimp. Nikon D300 in Aquatica housing, 2z Inon Z-240 strobes.
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This Eubranchus farrani was sitting on the edge of a kelp front, getting ready to take off. I was able to catch it in mid-water as it floated by. Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, 2x Inon Z-240 strobes.
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Close up of a goby resting on a pink bed. D300 in Aquatica housing, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.
Pink sunset in Trondheim (Compact camera Nikon Coolpix 8400)
The diveplace was dead. no life at all. but then a nice seaflower! small and nice.
A very cooperative specimen of the little goby Buenia jeffreysii. Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.
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Lesser swimming crab, Polybius pusillus. Yes, that is a spine from a sea urchin underneath it. The crab looks quite grumpy, so it might be kept as a defensive weapon ;-)
Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.
Eubranchus farrani on a kelp frond. Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.
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Another Eubranchus pallidus; this time with peculiar red pigment all over. Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.
The little (30 mmh) goby Lebetus scorpioides resting in an empty shell at the Gulen Dive Resort on the norwegian west coast. Nikon D300 in Nexus housing, 105mm + 1.4 converter, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.
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