Beautiful Undersea Photography by Alexander Semenov

Alexander Semenov is a marine biologist stationed at the White Sea Biological Station (WSBS), a remote research centre that is located on the Karelsky Coast in northwest Russia. Semenov is part of the dive team at WSBS and during his excursions, takes close-up shots of the truly beautiful and bizarre fauna lurking in the depth of the White Sea.

Have a look at some of Semenov’s amazing undersea photography after the jump.

Clione limacina

Aglantha digitale

Beroe Abyssicola

Coryphella verrucosa

Cyanea Capillata

Limacina helicina

Sarsia tubulosa

Aurelia aurita

Caprella septentrionali

Tubularia indivisa

You can see much more of Semenov’s incredible undersea photography on Flickr.

[via Behance Blog]

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2 Responses to “Beautiful Undersea Photography by Alexander Semenov”

  1. Chris January 5, 2012 at 10:21 am #

    WOW! These are amazing pics! I really like the Caprella septentrionali which looks like an evil red praying mantis

    • prawn1 January 5, 2012 at 11:15 am #

      Striking indeed. It was tough selecting the ones to put up here.

      My favourite has to be the cute little porcupine, Coryphella verrucosa. Semenov loves the Clione the best, apparently.

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