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Underwater Photo Contest Entries From Germany

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Schiefergrube in Nuttlar, a slate mine in Germany.
Autumn mood in the lake
Diving in a freshwater spring
Mountain Lake
Felicitas slate mine in Germany. These mines and also caves were the reason for me to start photography. I stil like this piece of history that most peoplen will never see. Remember that people worked here.
Picture from an old slate mine in Germany, Grube Felicitas called. It is a flooded mine with 3km of tunnels.
Crystal Lake
Freshwater spring in the mountains
Crystal clear mountain lake
Mermaid in the mountain lake
Diving in crystal clear water in a freshwater spring
Taken in an quarry in Germany.
A small plane at a depth of 53m in the lake of Hemmoor Germany. The picture is taken with a circular fisheye which would not be compatible officially for my ports.
Wooden stairs at 45m in the fresh lake of Hemmoor.
Nuttlar Minediver 23
History under water in an old slate mine in Germany with a lot of cables in front. Can you imagine that people worked here?
A tunnel in an old slate mine in Germany. Can you imagine that people were working here?
JJ CCR Diver in Nuttlar
Divers during a mine diver course in Nuttlar - Germany
Black and White image of a diver in a german lake
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.
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