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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Norwegian Sea

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Pictures taken on a sunny day in august 2020 in Elduvík. In my minde, the titel is obvious.
Nikon d810, Nauticam housing, 15mm, f9, 1/160 sek, isp-500
The photo is taken just before the end of the dive, in Anchersbay (Akkersvík) near Torshavn in the Faroes. Its taken after work on a sunny day in june 2021.
Taken with Nikon d810, Nauticam housing, Fisheye 15mm, f14, 1/160, iso-32
North Atlantic
Brittle stars.
Fjordia lineata
Afternoon stroll - Facelina bostoniensis
Canon G16 & SubSee+10
A seashore crab hiding
Mating crabs - Romantic dance, the male carries the female underneath
Skeleton shrimp - Phtisica marina
Crab with eggs. Canon G16 & Ikelite WD-4 Wide angle dome
Aeolidia papillosa
Crabs do what crabs do
A diver in front of some houses in Vesterålen, Norway
Cyanea capillata
Mosel WW2 wreck laying on 60meter depht in Norway.
Give me a hug
Flabellina lineata
"Sea Spider Corner" part of my Underwater Surrealism body of work
Cold water anemone and wreck in Gulen
Nudi & diver
During this dive we, as we usually do on this site, encountered several large jellyfish. On my last dive here I didn't have my camera with me when one of them struck a perfect pose for me, so this time I was hoping for something along the same lines.
Tiny spider
Helga Ferdinand WW2 Wreck in Norway.
It is the remains of the brigde and the ship wheel.
Depth 50meter
HMS Defence WW1 Wreck from the Battle of Jutland. We went out with the dive ship Cdt. Fourcault.
An amphipod landing on a goby...
Title: "Hydroid with its pray" Name of species: Tubularia indivisa. A hydroid feeding on a fish.
Title: "Going up" Iphimedia obesa is a tiny amphipod living among soft corals.
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