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Underwater Photo Contest Entries By John De Jong (5)

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These picture of the frog I made in my own garden. It tooks some time to come close enough with my 50mm macro lens.
By John De Jong
posted Thursday, May 15, 2008
49 votes

These male Sepia tried to impress me.
By John De Jong
posted Thursday, July 10, 2008
40 votes

Some playing with the snoot yesterday. These Aeolidia papillosa was willing to pose.....
By John De Jong
posted Sunday, January 29, 2012
32 votes

These pictures of the mating of the Sepia was made at a moment with good visibility, no other divers around and som sunlight at 7 meter depth.
By John De Jong
posted Thursday, December 18, 2008
31 votes

Another result of my snorkling trip in the small canal close to my home. You need to see it bigger I assume....
By John De Jong
posted Monday, May 31, 2010
30 votes

These karpers are normaly hard to encounter. I made this picture waiting with my snorkel between the vegetation, I could almost tough him.
By John De Jong
posted Monday, January 14, 2008
28 votes

The first time I ever saw Syngnathus acus mating, last weekend in our Oosterschelde. Unfortunately I had my macro lens on the camera :-(
By John De Jong
posted Sunday, April 25, 2010
28 votes

Sepia´s at the start of mating. Some seconds later and they will be right ahead each other.
By John De Jong
posted Thursday, July 23, 2009
27 votes

I made some pipes on my underwaterhousing to make half/half pictures. Ofcourse I have to test it close to my home with these water lily.
By John De Jong
posted Thursday, May 27, 2010
26 votes

These female Sepia is putting her egg to a stick, while her partner is in the neighborhood.
By John De Jong
posted Friday, May 18, 2012
26 votes
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Dutch Flowers, send to you at the end of the year........ by John De Jong
Dutch Flowers, send to you at the end of the year........
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These pictures of the mating of the Sepia was made at a m... by John De Jong
These pictures of the mating of the Sepia was made at a moment with good visibility, no other divers around and som sunlight at 7 meter depth.
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31 Votes
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Mathing of the Sepia in the Oosterschelde. In the rear si... by John De Jong
Mathing of the Sepia in the Oosterschelde. In the rear side you can see the objects were their eggs are fastened.
13 Votes
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Cretana peregrina. Usual I like to take the pictures from... by John De Jong
Cretana peregrina. Usual I like to take the pictures from the front, and not from above like this one.
14 Votes
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Facelina bostoniensis, close up of the head. When the vis... by John De Jong
Facelina bostoniensis, close up of the head. When the visibility is poor in the Netherlands, Macro can save our dive ;-)
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Hypselodoris gasconi is a common specie in the Mediterran... by John De Jong
Hypselodoris gasconi is a common specie in the Mediterranean Sea.
21 Votes
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Cratena peregrina, shot in Spain this summer. by John De Jong
Cratena peregrina, shot in Spain this summer.
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date posted posted: Friday, December 5, 2008
date posted category: Macro - Nudibranchia
date posted location: Mediterranean Sea Spain
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Wait till I grow up.... by John De Jong
Wait till I grow up....
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This summer I started with half/half shots (under/above w... by John De Jong
This summer I started with half/half shots (under/above water). This picture was made in a small chanel, close to my home.
21 Votes
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These male Sepia tried to impress me. by John De Jong
These male Sepia tried to impress me.
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40 Votes
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These picture of the frog I made in my own garden. It too... by John De Jong
These picture of the frog I made in my own garden. It tooks some time to come close enough with my 50mm macro lens.
Runner Up - worthy of note but not a medal winner - an equal 4th place if you like! Runner Up 2008

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Proving great subjects can be found close to home
49 Votes
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Thes nordsea crabs are in love by John De Jong
Thes nordsea crabs are in love
12 Votes
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On my first dive with my DSLR, the Olympus E330 with 50mm... by John De Jong
On my first dive with my DSLR, the Olympus E330 with 50mm macro, I made this shot of the Aeolidia papillosa. Ofcourse there is not so much colour in our country. I'm looking forward to use this camera in Spain, were much more colour can be expected.
22 Votes
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date posted posted: Tuesday, January 15, 2008
date posted category: Macro - Nudibranchia
date posted location: North Sea Netherlands
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These karpers are normaly hard to encounter. I made this ... by John De Jong
These karpers are normaly hard to encounter. I made this picture waiting with my snorkel between the vegetation, I could almost tough him.
28 Votes
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The green colour is tipical for the  Dutch waters. My bud... by John De Jong
The green colour is tipical for the Dutch waters. My buddy Wim van Geenen at Anna Jacobapolder
7 Votes
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date posted posted: Tuesday, December 4, 2007
date posted category: Wide Angle - Divers
date posted location: North Sea Netherlands
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The Facelina bostoniensis is one of the interesting nudy ... by John De Jong
The Facelina bostoniensis is one of the interesting nudy branches in the Oosterschelde (connected to the Northsea)
9 Votes
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date posted posted: Monday, December 3, 2007
date posted category: Macro - not swimming
date posted location: North Sea Netherlands
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Anjelier by John De Jong
Anjelier
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Viltkoker Anemoon by John De Jong
Viltkoker Anemoon
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Picture taken at Islas Medes in Spain, July 2003 with Son... by John De Jong
Picture taken at Islas Medes in Spain, July 2003 with Sony P5
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date posted posted: Sunday, January 25, 2004
date posted category: Macro - not swimming
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