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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From The Balearic Sea

291 Entries Found: Page 10  of  11
Cave of light again, this time showing the underwater lighting effect of the sun penetrating through the water.....
Cave of light in Menorca, near Cala Galdana.
left strobe off, right strobe on.
D300, Sigma 10mm
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Divers enter 'Swiss Cheese' Dive site in Menorca
Cratena peregrina
Flabellina portrait. 105mm with +2 diopter
front side of a typical mediterranean nudibranch ( Hypselodoris picta )
Free Spirit
Scourge of the Med!
Although I think they hold a certain beauty. The main reason they are such a problem in the Med is due to the decline of turtles, which eat plastic waste thinking it is jelly.
Food for thought...?
Underwater Modelshooting in spain.
Great work...but cold water.
Cave exit, Formentor Headland, Majorca on hols :-)
Hypselodoris Picta Portrait.
The new headwear for autumn 2010. Wide is chic. Ideal for night - trips. smile
Sepia Sunbathing
this two Pelagia noctiluca making "la ola" underwater" smile
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Luminescent jellyfish ( Pelagia noctiluca )

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the old backlit jelly always works
"deadly embrace"
just a " sailing gurnad "
" hellboy "
" speeeed "
new high speed record:
This gurnad was flashed by radar control [68mph] smile
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2010

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Good use of the Photoshop 'speed' filter
Seastar (Echinaster sepositus)
Cratena peregrina
Portugal - Sesimbra
“ seven and a half “
Just seven and a half tentacles, but looks so beautyful like they were eight. smile
" guidepost "
To the exit? Wait... ...hmm... ...that way!
So easy can be navegation with natural auxiliaries. Sometimes you just have to ask for the right way. smile
" out of the dark "
Why this cuttlefish came so close? Was it the light of the torch, or my new aftershave? :-)
This is one of 3 photos on the internet that shows a "Paragalene longicrura" alive. After Prof. Dr. Türkay ( Senckenberg Institute, Germany ) and Prof. Joan Luis Petrus ( University of Barcelona, Spain ) confirmed the species, started a big party:)
“ she dives “
She enjoys the feeling of weightlessness and is curious about the sights at this dive.
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