Quiet dive day

Today’s dives were somehow quiet. The fun I have during a dive does not depend on the number of pictures that I have. Sometimes I just enjoy observing the fish chasing each other and just live their lifes. 😉 But we did see some cool stuff again. I don’t have pics of everything as sometimes the moment to take it is over before I can shoot (like when a predator is grabbing something to eat).

Transparent shrimp

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Paulus searching for cool stuffOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Little pink froggieOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Saw-blade shrimpOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERADuring the dive we found this nudibranch that was laying it’s eggs. What both Paulus and I did NOT see was what you see in the bigger extraction of a part of this pic…OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

At the back of the nudi was a shrimp eating the eggs….OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Tiny gobie on a sea cucumberOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Bumble-bee shrimp. Happy about the pics as so far I didn’t have good ones of this little guy (it is about 1 cm long)OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Not sure what fish it is but it looks interesting. 🙂OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

This one is for Clare Buxton as she loves the box-fish… 😉

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Robust ghostpipe-fish. Beautiful creature!

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Isn’t this goby perfectly camouflaged?

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And the ‚measle-crab‘ 😉OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Paulus  said that this is a coral-gobie and I hope that this is correct. 🙂OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

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  1. Katrin sagt:

    GlĂŒckwunsch zu Foto 1
    Sehr sehr schön!

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