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Divers doing what divers do - underwater or on the surface
Old marble mine in Belgium. Only accessible with a permit. Cristal clear water. To reach the entrance it is a horrible climb.
Diver in a Cave in France
My fathers first snorkel image taken by me on Nikon Camera.
"Return to the light". Returning to the boat from a night... by E&e Lp
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"Return to the light". Returning to the boat from a night dive. No own strobe or torch. (f/3.5, 1/60, ISO-3200, 16mm). - Erik
Old mine in Belgium. Hard to get in, but then you have a nice dive.
Verzasca River
Dive in the slate Mine Nuttlar
Tec diver in a lake in germany
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Tec Diver in Messinghausen / Germany
diver exploring local wreck
Dying coast - too much nutrition and muck is flowing into out coast.
Dive in Messinghausen / Germany
Diver in Messinghausen / Germany
Asteridea
Diver in the LOT Cave Diving in France
Cave Diver in France
Diver in France Lot / Cave
Diver in the Slatemine in Nuttlar
Diver in a cave in France
River Verzasca
I captured this image while diving with Manta Rays on Big Island, Hawaii
Diver in the slatemine Nuttlar
Diver in a german slate mine
Diver practicing S-drills with a giant pacific octopus
Diving in the Verzasca River
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A tunnel in an old slate mine in Germany.
An old weather door in a slate mine. These doors were used to control the 'climate' in the mines.
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