Category: underwater

Diving in Malapascua – home of the thresher shark (2of2)

April 29, 2017

From Palawan we have a direct flight to Cebu. The plane leaves 30min ahead of schedule, they were done with the boarding 🙂 From Cebu it’s a 3.5h drive to the northern tip of the island and a 30min boat ride to Malapascua. We’re back at Ocean Vida and diving with Martin at Sea Explorers. […]

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Diving in Malapascua – home of the thresher shark (1of2)

April 27, 2017

From Palawan we have a direct flight to Cebu. The plane leaves 30min ahead of schedule, they were done with the boarding 🙂 From Cebu it’s a 3.5h drive to the northern tip of the island and a 30min boat ride to Malapascua. We’re back at Ocean Vida and diving with Martin at Sea Explorers. […]

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Day 46 – Diving in Sipadan (Barracuda Point)

June 29, 2013

one of my favourite images: a shoal of jack fish swarming, a tuna in the middle and 5 sharks at the bottom

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Day 45 – Diving in Sipadan (Barracuda Point)

June 28, 2013

depending on what diving magazine you read, the Barracuda Point in Sipadan is considered to be the best place in the world to dive. we returned here after 2 years and for sure we’ll come again. the white-tip fin shark – the world’s laziest shark, i took this picture from about 1 1/2 -2 m.

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Day 36 – Diving in Bohol

June 13, 2013

the parent trigger fish is known to defend the surroundings of its nest even from divers, by no means this is a little fish, its bite can be rather painful, the guide needed to jump in my defence as of a wired reason it targeted me as potential predator…

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Day 31 – Diving in Malapascua

June 8, 2013

everyone loves Nemo squat shrimp mating tobbies

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Day 9 – Diving in Palau

May 14, 2013

with the bigeye jacks on this island they shot the first season of “Survivor”

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Mantis shrimp *

August 17, 2012

really cute tiny creature, extremely shy and so colorful. after i went so close to it to get these macros was i told that very often they hit the camera dome so strong with their claws that they are responsible for a lot of camera floods…

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Moraine-eels *

August 16, 2012

my favourite underwater creature

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Cuttle fish *

August 15, 2012

believe it or not is the same one in all pictures, all happening within 4-5 seconds

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Sulawesi – Crabs (3/3) *

August 13, 2012

these two ones, i don’t think they were more than 4 mm big, the power of macro lenses

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Sulawesi – Anemonefish (1/2) *

August 7, 2012

after a very very long break I start to post way overdue pictures. I will begin with the diving pictures in Sulawesi, best dive ever, two weeks, 1563 good pictures (after each dive any missfocus or missfiring of the flashes or just bad picture, was immediately deleted). It took me almost 3 months to come […]

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Maldives UWP last post and gallery published

November 24, 2011

to see the entire Maldives gallery hover with the mouse over the Menu, then over Travel and click on Maldives.

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Blue Ribbon and various Moraines

November 22, 2011

Blue Ribbon above, my favorite picture of the Maldives series       Golden moraine, initially i thought it was a baby moraine, to find out in the end it is very rare specie of moraine Honeycomb-Moraine

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Maldives UWP Close-ups and Macros*

November 17, 2011

from now on whenever i put * at the end of the tile it means there are more than one picture in the post

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Maldives UWP Juvenile yellow boxfish*

November 16, 2011

from now on whenever i put * at the end of the tile it means there are more than one picture in the post

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Maldives UWP Turtle and the paparazzi*

November 15, 2011

from now on whenever i put * at the end of the tile it means there are more than one picture in the post

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Maldives UWP Clown and Anemone fish*

November 14, 2011

from now on whenever i put * at the end of the tile it means there are more than one picture in the post perhaps the most photographed fish

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Sydney Aquarium_1

November 28, 2009
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Sydney Aquarium_5

November 27, 2009
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great barrier reef_1

October 5, 2009

spoilers alert: well kinda difficult to put that into a cartoon and explain kids the story, but in real life, Melvin (nemo’s dad) would transform his gender, becoming a mommy, and Nemo being the only male alive would become the new daddy..

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