loading Photo Contest loading ...
please wait - lots of graphics on this page!
Underwater Photo Contest | Temperate Waters (6)

Underwater photo contest

Peoples' Vote


Hooded nudibanch a punk rocker of the nudi world!
By Marc Damant
posted (last week)
5 votes

Common jellyfish (Aurelia aurita), Zeeland, The Netherlands.
By Filip Staes
posted (last week)
4 votes

Anemona fish
By Joaquin Fregoni
posted (This month)
1 votes

Bluefin Tuna Hunting Sardines
By Henley Spiers
posted (last week)
1 votes

About Peoples' vote About Peoples' vote
Forums
forum latest green
By Joerg Blessing
12:12 CST Today (5 hours ago)
forum latest ...
By Viktor
05:35 CST Today (12 hours ago)
forum latest Striped Coral Hermit Crab
By Marylin B
15:14 CST Today (2 hours ago)
forum latest nice 1
By Sam Taylor
15:16 CST Today (2 hours ago)
forum latest Very cool!
By Susannah H. Snowden-Smith
12:12 CST Today (5 hours ago)

Search the Contest

Entries by Category
Entries by Sea
Entries by Country
or enter search text

forum forum Stats Portfolios Annual Medal Winners slide show Annual Medal Winners spam voting policy photo contest RSS feed rules

Weekly Hotshot

Monthly Winners

May Winner

monthly hotshot click to zoom

by Alvin Cheung


Last Month's HotShots...


Hotshot stats...
Ferdinando Meli (Second place)
Peet J Van Eeden (Third place)
Upload a Photo
Our UW photo contest is the longest running and most prestigious online. If you want to make a name for yourself this is THE place to do it.
Just look at some of the internationally acclaimed photographers who have launched their u/w photo careers here over the years.

Underwater Photo Contest | Temperate Waters

2004 Entries Found: Page 6  of  75
Seas with green water well north or south of tropical zones typically cold enough for drysuits!
"Field of flowers", sea anemones, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
14 Votes
VOTE!
Cuttlefish between their eggs, Zeeland, the Netherlands.
27 Votes
VOTE!
Snooted Claws
18 Votes
VOTE!

create a new forum thread to discuss this image discuss this image
date posted posted: Monday, June 19, 2017
date posted category: Temperate Waters
date posted location: North Sea Netherlands
date posted Book a Dive Trip to Netherlands
view portfolio more shots by Taner Atilgan
report inappropriate content to the webmaster report abuse 
Snooted eye of a Ruby Red Octopus! 100mm Macro Canon T2I ... by Marc Damant
Snooted eye of a Ruby Red Octopus! 100mm Macro Canon T2I in an Aquatica Housing with twin Sea and Sea DS1's and plus 5 diopter.
11 Votes
VOTE!
A face only a mother could love. C-O sole 100mm macro +5 ... by Marc Damant
A face only a mother could love. C-O sole 100mm macro +5 diopter. Vancouver Island Canada,
shortlistedShortlisted!
Final RoundThrough to 2017 awards final round judging
24 Votes
VOTE!
Noerthern Ronquil! by Marc Damant
Noerthern Ronquil!
16 Votes
VOTE!
Decorated Warbonnet poised to strike. by Marc Damant
Decorated Warbonnet poised to strike.
shortlistedShortlisted!
17 Votes
VOTE!
Northern Spearnose Poacher! 100mm Macro +5 Diopter I love... by Marc Damant
Northern Spearnose Poacher! 100mm Macro +5 Diopter I love the beard on these guys!
11 Votes
VOTE!
A European plaice, Eastern Scheldt (North Sea estuary), T... by Rene Weterings
A European plaice, Eastern Scheldt (North Sea estuary), The Netherlands.
Olympus OM-D E-M5mkII with Nauticam NA-EM5II housing.
Panasonic 45mm F2.8 macrolens @ f10, 1/250s, ISO100.
Carefully I approached this place at a very low point of view!
shortlistedShortlisted!
Final RoundThrough to 2017 awards final round judging
20 Votes
VOTE!
A Sculpin in the fresh and salt water interchange makes f... by Marc Damant
A Sculpin in the fresh and salt water interchange makes for a dizzying view behind.
9 Votes
VOTE!
Decorated Spider Crab at Wild Derrynane by Vincent Hyland
Decorated Spider Crab at Wild Derrynane
16 Votes
VOTE!
Backlighted by Marco Calvani
Backlighted
8 Votes
VOTE!
Agonus cataphractus by Guy Mitchell
Agonus cataphractus
5 Votes
VOTE!
King of the castle by Diogo Ferreira Sayanda
King of the castle
13 Votes
VOTE!
Night dive at Morningtion pier by David Haintz
Night dive at Morningtion pier
10 Votes
VOTE!
Underwater landscape, Lake Grevelingen, The Netherlands.
shortlistedShortlisted!
10 Votes
VOTE!
Dahlia anemone (Urticina felina), Lake Grevelingen , The Netherlands.
shortlistedShortlisted!
21 Votes
VOTE!
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
9 Votes
VOTE!
Jellyfish at Mornington Pier on a night dive. by David Haintz
Jellyfish at Mornington Pier on a night dive.
16 Votes
VOTE!

create a new forum thread to discuss this image discuss this image
date posted posted: Friday, May 12, 2017
date posted category: Temperate Waters
date posted location: Tasman Sea Australia
date posted Book a Dive Trip to Australia
view portfolio more shots by David Haintz
report inappropriate content to the webmaster report abuse 
Seahorse, taken at Sorrento Pier, after the last ferry de... by David Haintz
Seahorse, taken at Sorrento Pier, after the last ferry departure.
11 Votes
VOTE!
Sea Lion Cub off San Diego giving me the upside-down eye. by Morgan Ashton
Sea Lion Cub off San Diego giving me the upside-down eye.
7 Votes
VOTE!
Common jellyfish (Aurelia aurita), Zeeland, the Netherlands.
shortlistedShortlisted!
Final RoundThrough to 2017 awards final round judging
34 Votes
VOTE!
San Remo, taken at San Remo pier located Philip Island, V... by David Haintz
San Remo, taken at San Remo pier located Philip Island, Victoria.
16 Votes
VOTE!
Cuttlefish, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
Gold Medal Gold Medal 2017
Third place Monthly HotShots
Final RoundThrough to 2017 awards final round judging

editor's comments

Editor's Comment
Perfect timing, great composition and the green water adds a special touch to the shot
57 Votes
VOTE!
Spring is in the water! common prawn (Palaemon serratus)
12 Votes
VOTE!
common spider crab (Macropodia rostrata)Zeeland, the Netherlands.
9 Votes
VOTE!
Sometimes something to distract the sea lions was enough ... by Marc Damant
Sometimes something to distract the sea lions was enough to get a picture. My wife was just rattling her muck stick along the rock wall and made me think of a conductor with her choir!
12 Votes
VOTE!
2004 Entries Found: Page 6  of  75