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Week 39 winner

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by Jeffrey Lim

Amphipods on a coral flower

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After many years of searching we finally found the legendary Moby Dick!
crab waiting for lunch
Batman, aka Clavigera Limacia.
"Silt attack!"
Lithodes maja - Northern stone crab (Deepsea King crab)
freshwater crayfish try to flirt to the camera
stalking pike
a pike shows himself from he´s best side.
A Limacia clavigera nudibranch sitting on a string of sea lace covered in bryozoans. Nikon D200 in Nexus housing, 60mm, 2x Inon Z-240 strobes.
a close look at a peach back
a freshwater snail works he´s way up. i used a long shutterspeed to get the movment of the plant. canon EOS 300 and Fuji Velvia 50
Protanthea Simplex, Swedish west coast.
Cornet fish, Hurghada Egypt.
Jellyfish, swedish west coast.
Sagartiogeton viduatus. Swedish west coast.
One photo from my Mermaids Project - taken in Lerum Sweden. More on click here
flirty snake pipefish. canon eos 300, canon ef 50mm
Picture taken at Hättan, near Ellös, on the Swedish west coast. System: Nikon D70s, Ikelite DSLR housing, Tamron 90 mm macro, Sea&Sea YS110.
Jellyfish up close. when you get close to a jellyfish, you can see its beuty. the downside is that you also often can feel something burning.
Pilgrim
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nicely presented model shot. The black frame makes it look like 6x4.5 film.
 
 
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