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Prawn Eye.
Aughrusmore Pier, Connemara.
D200 60mm.
28 Votes
VOTE!
Sagartiogeton undatus. Connemara. D200, 60mm. by Derek Haslam
Sagartiogeton undatus. Connemara. D200, 60mm.
17 Votes
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Sorcha on frozen sand.
New Year's Day, 2010, Castlerock, N.I.
D3 28-105mm.
17 Votes
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Long-spined scorpion fish.
Aughrusmore Pier.
D3 60mm.
17 Votes
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Spider Crab in Streamstown Bay, Connemara.
D3 16mm.
12 Votes
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Rainbow over Lettergesh, Connemara. Last weekend - between the storms.
D3 28-105mm.
26 Votes
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The eye of a small-spotted catshark, photographed at the ... by Christian Skauge
The eye of a small-spotted catshark, photographed at the house reef of Scuba Dive West, Renvyle, Ireland. Nikon D200 in Nexus housing, 2x Inon Z-240 strobes.
21 Votes
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Little Cuttle - Aughrusmore Pier, Connemara.
D3 60mm x2 T/C
12 Votes
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Common prawn.
Aughrusmore Pier, Connemara.
D3 105mm.
16 Votes
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Crawfish. Insihturk. D3, 16mm, 2xtc. by Derek Haslam
Crawfish. Insihturk. D3, 16mm, 2xtc.
15 Votes
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Cuckoo wrasse in the kelp off Inisturk, Connemara.
D3 16mm x2t/c.
10 Votes
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Boat on Inishbofin. S5PRO, 18-200mm. by Derek Haslam
Boat on Inishbofin. S5PRO, 18-200mm.
6 Votes
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Spiny spider crab. Inishturk. D3, 16mm, 2xtc. by Derek Haslam
Spiny spider crab. Inishturk. D3, 16mm, 2xtc.
14 Votes
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Mark with Medusa. Inishturk. D3, 16mm, 2xtc. by Derek Haslam
Mark with Medusa. Inishturk. D3, 16mm, 2xtc.
12 Votes
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Common star's. Connemara. D3, 2xtc, 16mm. by Derek Haslam
Common star's. Connemara. D3, 2xtc, 16mm.
9 Votes
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Crawfish.
Inishturk, Connemara, August 09.
D3 16mm x2t/c.
8 Votes
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Sepiola atlantica - the little cuttle.
Aughrusmore Pier, Connemara.
D3 105mm.
24 Votes
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Spider crab in Streamstown Bay.
D3 10.5mm.
11 Votes
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Painted Goby eating worm.
Aughrusmore Pier, Connemara.
D3 60mm wet diopter.
25 Votes
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Moon Jellyfish.
Aughrusmore, Connemara.
D3 105mm.
14 Votes
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Doggy paddle.
Omey Strand, Connemara.
23 Votes
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Little Cuttle.
Aughrusmore Pier, Connemara.
D3 105mm.
23 Votes
VOTE!
Moon jellyfish in Streamstown Bay, Connemara.
D3, 16mm.
17 Votes
VOTE!
Brown shrimp. D200, 60mm. by Derek Haslam
Brown shrimp. D200, 60mm.
19 Votes
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Compass jelly fish. D200, 10.5mm. by Derek Haslam
Compass jelly fish. D200, 10.5mm.
17 Votes
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Mooring buoy covered in plumose anemones etc.
Little Killary, Scubadive West.
10.5mm.
11 Votes
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Pogge or Hooknose.
Aughrusmore, Connemara.
60mm.
19 Votes
VOTE!
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