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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Germany

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Sidemount Diver in Nuttlar / Slate Mine
This divesite is not a lake, but a tank filled with water. It is called the 'Gasometer'. In this tank there are several objects placed to explore. Maximum depth 14m, diameter 45m.
An eel in a lake in Germany.
My favorite type of photographing under water is wide angle with model(s). This time we found a ball under water and that ball was not floating and not really heavy. Exactly fitting for some fun under water. It ended in trying to play volleyball.
Dive in the slate Mine Nuttlar
Tec diver in a lake in germany
Tec Diver in Messinghausen / Germany
Preparing for the dive
Dive in Messinghausen / Germany
Diver in Messinghausen / Germany
Diver in the Slatemine in Nuttlar
Diver in the slatemine Nuttlar
Diver in a german slate mine
Flooded Slatemine in Germany.
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.
Diver in the Slatemine Nuttlar in Germany
German slate mine Nuttlar
Slate Mine Nuttlar
Schiefergrube Christine, an old slate mine in Germany. Always clear water.
Old slate mine in Germany, diving in a museum.
Diver in Messinghausen
The slate mine 'Christine' has always crystal clear water. This time we went to the 'Abbauten', the 'rooms' higher in the mine that don't have rails for a minetrain.
Diver in the Slate Mine in Nuttlar / Germany
This picture is taken in the 'Möllerbunker' in Germany, it is an old steelbunker. So it is not mine, no wreck, but it still is old iron and dark and narrow.
Old slate mine in Willingen, Germany. This is the room where the explosives were stored.
Old Slate mine 'Nuttlar' in Germany. Diving in a museum.
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