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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Norway (7)

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Hyperid amphipod getting a free ride on a (rather small) jelly fish...
By Lill Haugen
posted Tuesday, May 10, 2011
56 votes

The free-swimming hydromedusae Gonionemus murbachii. Nikon D300s in Nauticam housing, 2 x Inon Z-240 strobes.
By Christian Skauge
posted Thursday, September 30, 2010
52 votes

Alien... composition of a Gonionemus murbachii and the eyes of a lemon sole, Microstomus kitt. Looks a little eerie :-)

Nikon D200 in Nexus housing.
By Christian Skauge
posted Saturday, December 29, 2007
49 votes

Another Polycera... this one was sitting on a dark kelp frond. Photographed with little light it seems to be floating in thin air... eh, water.

Nikon D200 in Nexus housing, Inon Z-240 strobes. Nikkor 105 mm, manual, ISO 100, f/16, 1/60.
By Christian Skauge
posted Sunday, April 27, 2008
46 votes

Close-up of the Alien of the Deep, the crown jelly Periphylla periphylla. Photographed at 40 meters depth, 260 meters above bottom at Gulen Dive Resort, Norway.
By Christian Skauge
posted Tuesday, February 3, 2009
46 votes

The rabbit fish (Chimaera monstrosa) is common at depths ranging from 50 to 1000 meters. In the fjords of Norway it can be seen by divers as it migrate shallower at up to 10-30m meters. Fantastic animal!
By Annika Persson
posted Tuesday, February 1, 2011
46 votes

Alien of the Deep - the deep-sea jelly Periphylla periphylla. Nightdive at 01:30 in february 2008, 600 feet above bottom. Nikon D200 in Nexus housing, 18-70 mm, manual.
By Christian Skauge
posted Tuesday, April 29, 2008
44 votes

Siphonophore - Physophora hydrostatica
By Jorn Ari
posted Tuesday, May 31, 2011
44 votes

Clione limacina, or sea angel, photographed outside Kristiansand on the Norwegian south coast. These little ophistobranchs grow to about 3 centimeters and sometimes occur in such grat numbers that they are food for whales :-)
By Christian Skauge
posted Monday, April 27, 2009
42 votes

Flabellina verrucosa
By Jorn Ari
posted Thursday, December 8, 2011
42 votes
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Carcinus maen. G11 with wet lens, ISO 400, F 8, 1/250 by Paal Mathiesen
Carcinus maen. G11 with wet lens, ISO 400, F 8, 1/250
8 Votes
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Northern red anemone, Taken with Canon g 11.
ISO 200 F 6... by Paal Mathiesen
Northern red anemone, Taken with Canon g 11.
ISO 200 F 6,3 1/500
10 Votes
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I waited until the nudi came to the edge of the leaf, so ... by Morten Bjorn Larsen
I waited until the nudi came to the edge of the leaf, so the edge itself and some black back ground could give the photo some extra depth. I tried to get the nudis face placed in the Rule of thirds. I placed focus on the closest head tentacle.
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30 Votes
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date posted posted: Thursday, August 2, 2012
date posted category: Macro - Nudibranchia
date posted location: Norwegian Sea Norway
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A sandwich
6 Votes
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date posted posted: Saturday, July 21, 2012
date posted category: Macro - Nudibranchia
date posted location: Norwegian Sea Norway
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A Coryphella verrucosa and a small Amphipod
16 Votes
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date posted posted: Saturday, July 21, 2012
date posted category: Macro - Nudibranchia
date posted location: Norwegian Sea Norway
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Microstomus kitt. Aflounder with a good view
19 Votes
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Phronorhombus norvegicus, a small flounder well camouflaged against the chalk algea on the rocks.
18 Votes
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Nemo & CO. by Rose Young
Nemo & CO.
15 Votes
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Aplysia punctata stretching for the kelp
16 Votes
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date posted posted: Wednesday, June 13, 2012
date posted category: Macro - Nudibranchia
date posted location: Norwegian Sea Norway
date posted Book a Dive Trip to Norway
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Flabelina Nobilis
37 Votes
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Cup coral, Caryophyllia smithii
Storsand, Oslo, Norway
... by Christian Skauge
Cup coral, Caryophyllia smithii
Storsand, Oslo, Norway
Nikon D200, 60 mm macro, 1/100 sec, f/20, ISO 100
15 Votes
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date posted posted: Tuesday, June 12, 2012
date posted category: Macro - not swimming
date posted location: Norwegian Sea Norway
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02.06.2012 - juvenil "Porania pulvillus" by Constantin Ene
02.06.2012 - juvenil "Porania pulvillus"
32 Votes
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Polycera quadrilineata, god balance
13 Votes
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date posted posted: Thursday, May 31, 2012
date posted category: Macro - Nudibranchia
date posted location: Norwegian Sea Norway
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Polycera qudrilineata, night dive
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date posted posted: Thursday, May 31, 2012
date posted category: Macro - Nudibranchia
date posted location: Norwegian Sea Norway
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Bjogna and "Stormfuglen"
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Bjogna
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Lucernaria quadricornis
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34 Votes
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M/S Torp
The bow of M/S Torp
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Lovers. It looks like it`s romance after the sunset. by Egil Kaplanski
Lovers. It looks like it`s romance after the sunset.
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"Stella" an old sailing ship. by Egil Kaplanski
"Stella" an old sailing ship.
12 Votes
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A needle fish that winds around an old kelp stalk

Take... by Egil Kaplanski
A needle fish that winds around an old kelp stalk
Taken with a E-300
40mm, f/18, 1/60
12 Votes
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Entering the pool with the brakes on by Egil Kaplanski
Entering the pool with the brakes on
10 Votes
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date posted posted: Monday, April 16, 2012
date posted category: Humorous
date posted location: Atlantic (European coastal) Norway
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Flabellina pellucida, Gulen Nudibranch Safari 2012.
Sigma 105, 1/250sek, f/25
17 Votes
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Hydroides norvegia.
Sigma 105 mm, 1/250 sek, f/9
10 Votes
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"Done feeding"
1/250 sek, f8, Canon 40D
Gulen Dive Resort. by Poul Erik Rasmussen
"Done feeding"
1/250 sek, f8, Canon 40D
Gulen Dive Resort.
14 Votes
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Flabellina "in headwind"
1/250s f/8
Nudibranch safari 2... by Poul Erik Rasmussen
Flabellina "in headwind"
1/250s f/8
Nudibranch safari 2012, Gulen Dive Resort Norway
19 Votes
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Eubranchus farrani nudibranch crawling on the edge of a k... by Christian Skauge
Eubranchus farrani nudibranch crawling on the edge of a kelp frond.
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31 Votes
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