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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Peet J Van Eeden

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Entries to the annual contest close 31st December 2018

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A gas flame nudibranch or may be two
By Peet Van Eeden
posted Sunday, February 12, 2012
57 votes

Basket star on  cold water noble coral , Atlantic Ocean, Hout Bay South Africa
By Peet Van Eeden
posted Sunday, January 1, 2012
31 votes

Fiery Nudibranch
By Peet Van Eeden
posted Sunday, March 4, 2012
31 votes

Sunset dolphins
By Peet Van Eeden
posted Tuesday, March 27, 2012
31 votes

Kelp forest, with visibility of even the clouds overhead
By Peet Van Eeden
posted Monday, July 2, 2012
30 votes

Compass Jellyfish at safety stop near Atlantis divesite, False Bay, South Africa
By Peet Van Eeden
posted Tuesday, January 3, 2012
29 votes

Star fish texture
By Peet Van Eeden
posted Sunday, April 8, 2012
27 votes

Baby basket star
By Peet J Van Eeden
posted Sunday, December 15, 2013
27 votes

Seduction by a sea anemone
By Peet J Van Eeden
posted Sunday, January 26, 2014
27 votes

Bristle worm
By Peet Van Eeden
posted Sunday, February 5, 2012
26 votes
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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By Peet J Van Eeden

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Waves of beauty
Frilled Nudibranch unique to the Cape Peninsula, South Africa
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A star was borne
A juvenile basket star on a palmate sea fan
4 Votes
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The colorful mantle of a giant sea clam
2 Votes
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Lost in flight by an unknown bird
5 Votes
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Octopussy
We found this small octopus at a depth of 28 metres while diving yesterday on the Astor Wreck. A chilly 10 degrees Celsius
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Goby peeping out of its sponge home at a depth of 30 m
7 Votes
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Ghost Rider
A ghost nudibranch is taking a free ride on West Coast Lobster. Ghost nudibranchs are unique to South African waters of the Cape Peninsula
7 Votes
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Marooned
Baby seal far away from its colony. Most likely to rest before returning to the sea.
8 Votes
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A moray eel's warning not to intrude its comfort zone
7 Votes
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Wiggle Dancer
The continuous movement of a twobar clownfish in a sea anemone increases the seawater circulation and hence increases its growth and supply of nutrients to its host.
8 Votes
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Counting someone else's eggs.
Black nudibranch inspecting a snail's eggs
10 Votes
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Colorful Klipvis in its red Palmate fan hideout
13 Votes
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The building blocks of a coral reef
4 Votes
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Striped anemone shooting out white sticky defensive threads
13 Votes
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Striped anemone shooting out white sticky defensive threads
Hotlips
Hotlips is one of the two spider crabs unique to South African waters. It derived its name from red markings arounnd its mouth
13 Votes
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Hotlips
Hotlips spider crab is unique to South African waters It derives its name from the red markings around its mouth
15 Votes
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Basket star on a sea fan. I love the contrast colors
12 Votes
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Brittle stars interwoven with cold water coral, forming a display of color and texture
9 Votes
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The orange-red spiral of a red tube worm
14 Votes
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The cape Rock Crab is ever present at dive sites
12 Votes
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The different colors and texture of a polished abalone
11 Votes
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The Armor of a Cape Sea Urchin
13 Votes
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The hide away
Cape rock crab in coldvwater noble coral. Unique to the Cape Peninsula
10 Votes
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Free diver in the deep blue water 30 km off the Cape Peninsula
12 Votes
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The ever changing colors of a cuttlefish due to their chromophobes
6 Votes
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A close bond between 2 violet spotted sea anemones
14 Votes
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