Norfolk Twin Wreck Shore Dive Challenge - The Vera and Rosalie » Dawn's C-7070 gallery

The weekend was a chance to see how our old camera, an Olympus C-7070, and our new one, an E-330, compared. Dawn drew the short straw - or was it the long one? She used it with an Inon 165-UCL macro lens and Sea and Sea YS60/TTL flash.

The Janolus cristata are numerous during the Norfolk summer
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The disguise of sponge covered spider crabs - Inachus...
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The long spined sea scorpion - Tuarulus bubalis - blends...
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We hadn't seen Aeolidia papillosa nudibranches in Norfolk...
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Is he smiling?
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It's strange that elsewhere crayfish are called lobsters,...
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Edible crabs - Cancer pagarus - always manage to look...
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This beautiful, delicate growth looks very like...
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...and now it looks guilty
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Crabs mouths are very complicated - its a pity they can't...
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The common prawn - Palaemon serratus - looks like it is...
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The Vera is still home to a lot of Idotea lineata - 50 to...
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We didn't remember seeing Bloody Henries - Henricia spp....
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The starfish - Asterias rubens - didn't seem tempted by...
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There were still snake pipefish - Entelurus aequoreus -...
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The Shanny - Lipophrys pholis - could be mistaken for...
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