Some nudi & slugs pics from cold Dutch North Sea

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Postby U.W.E » Fri May 21, 2010 8:04 am

Hi,
I would like to indroduce myself in here with some of my images I've taken in the cold water of the North Sea, where you might be lucky to find some beautiful creatures as well ;)

Have fun watching :D

More information and avatar will follow soon.
Please excuse me for the moment being.

See you
Uwe Schmolke
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You might find some of my recently published images in here:
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Have fun watching (-;
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Postby scottg » Fri May 21, 2010 5:25 pm

thanks UWE, it looks similar to the life we have here in California. how far are you from the north sea dive sites?

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Postby Kevin Lee » Sat May 22, 2010 12:17 am

Hi Uwe, welkum to the forum. Thanks for sharing your nice nudi shots. I've been to Holland numerous times but never had a chance to dive there. Hope to someday. Cheers, K:-)
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Postby fox147 » Sat May 22, 2010 3:46 am

are all fine, the second in order is my favorite
Courage is fear holding a minute longer than the
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Postby U.W.E » Sat May 22, 2010 5:29 am

scottg wrote:thanks UWE, it looks similar to the life we have here in California. how far are you from the north sea dive sites?


Hi Scott,
it take me about 5 hours by car to get there, but that is even the closest way to run scuba in "real condition", means except of some fresh water diving.

@Kevin:
You 've such good opportunities right in front of your house (I could like to call it), so there is no real reason for travalling with all that heavy stuff.
And you really need some luck to get good conditions. Sometimes you can't even see your fins.

But maybe one day I'll come your place ;)

See you
Uwe
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