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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.
This fish looked suprised when I took this picture.
Shipwreck on Bonaire. The wreck is upside down and not very big. But has a lot of colors.
Small wreck near Captains Don's habitat. But with a lot of marine life.
A wreck on Bonaire at divesite Front Porch. It is not a very wellknown wreck because only the wreck is interesting to dive. Depth around 30m.
A part of coral during a fluo nightdive.
The eye of a big pike. Taken in a freshwaterlake in the Netherlands.
Fish in a freshwaterlake in the sun.
Old Slate mine 'Nuttlar' in Germany. Diving in a museum.
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A red eared turtle. Officially not living in my country, but when people free their pets, they can live here. They don't get progeny here. This turtle is only seen about twice a year, it is really shy.
The Milford Haven wreck. A wreck for all divers, from 34m depth to 79m.
This image is taken on the U455, a deep wreck in Italy (92-118m depth). It was not completely dark at that depth and a nice thing was the really big seastar on the wreck. We had 17 minutes bottomtime and a total divetime of 3 hours.
A nice turtle resting. The picture is taken in Curacao
This is a closup from a gorgone in Sardinia.
This picture is taken in the Grevelingen in the Netherlands. No clear blue waters, but always a little bit murky green water. And also colorful.
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This picture is taken during an icedive in summer in Lago Sassolo. Down in the valley it can be 25 degrees C and the water at 2200m high is only 3 degrees C.
A small Purple flabellina with eggs.
Picture taken at the Milford Haven in Italy. A lot of fish on the wreck.
Bel Torente cave in Sardinia Italy. This cave starts from the sea, but later it will be fresh water. The halocline is beautifull. Salt water 24 degrees C, fresh water part only 15 C.
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This small beautiful nudibranch was found in Sardinia.
An picture taken from under ice of a skater. Never seen such clear ice before.
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Old slate mine 'Christine' in Germany.
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This small pipefish lives in the Netherlands in 'het Grevelingenmeer'.
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Some stalactites in a cave in Mexico.
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Lettuceseaslug on Curacao
Hello says the turtle in Curacao.
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