unreality overklighet
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Pixelposts photo blogg with news
Sex on the reef - the male octopus resolutely holds his grip when the female flees over 1 year ago
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Identification of marine animals how we do it and our links and references
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Our passion is under water photography and most of the pictures are from visits to tropical waters or from our local Swedish cold waters. But we also show pictures from above the surface.
'overklighet' is Swedish for unreality. The purpose of this site is to share pictures of the real world, hence interpretations of the real world, ergo, overklighet.
The photography is original work by Bo Olsson or Steina Aradottir. Copyright (C) by the original photographer. All rights reserved. Permission granted for limited personal use by private persons.
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Chromodoris willani
Broad-nosed pipefish (Syngnathus typhle)
coral polyps
Tidbits from our 115 under-water favorites
Shining Leaf Chafer Beetle (Chrysophora chrysochlora)
this camera might even work!
Breidabolstadur
Tidbits from our 70 above-water favorites