Arctic Diving in Lofoten Islands – Norway – Underwater Photo Gallery

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Arctic Diving in Lofoten Islands – Norway – Underwater Photo Gallery

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Pictures shot in Norway’s freezing sea, in the splendid Lofoten Islands. Thes islands used to be inhabitated by the Vickings before they left to England. Lofoten waters are well known from the fishermen because of the large quantity of fishes. There are now less fishes than in the early 20st Century when over 1000 fishermen boats used to anchor in Lofoten. Still, the underwater life is rich, many species can be found there. In the winter, it’s also possible to go to swim with the orcas which are coming to the region.

Sitting in the Zodiac on the way to a wreck dive in Lofoten Islands
Gudrun Gissledottir wreck – Lofoten Islands – Norway
Gudrun Gissledottir wreck’s fish nets – Lofoten Islands – Norway
Gudrun Gissledottir wreck’s deck – Lofoten Islands – Norway
Arctic kelp underwater Lofoten
Arctic kelp and Lofoten typical mountains
Diver and kelp – Lofoten
Diver and kelp – Lofoten
Diver and kelp – Lofoten
Kelp and fish shoal underwater Lofoten
Diver and seastars underwater Lofoten
Diver and jellyfish – Lofoten
Half and half underwater and Lofoten mountain
Half and half Lofoten underwater and divers Zodiac

Michel Braunstein

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