As a dive guide you are expected to show your guests the most beautiful and the best things and I can tell you that it is not always easy. Now we are quite trained In seeing special things, but that does not mean that we can see everything. In fact, sometimes I really have no … Continue reading PygmY me this…
What an amazing turn of events. And all because she dived with dolphins.
Do you know how to dive with the longimanus shark? To dive safely with there animals there are a few rules to follow.
Black and white giants, graceful and impressive; mantas capture our imagination with their fairytale appearance and mysterious behavior. But sometimes they just act rude. Especially if we start with that. https://youtu.be/dwj2j7JaYBs You have probably heard, read or seen that the Maldives are known for the presence of the mantas. These black and white giants, which … Continue reading THE OFFENDED MANTA
Diving with sharks is an experience of a life time. I have been very lucky to do so on a daily tot weekly basis.
Magical is what they are. Dancing elegantly on top of a manta cleaning station. Seeking contact with each other and us. They are a delight to encounter and I cannot seem to get enough of them.
Pygmy seahorses are very very small (max 1 cm) and know to disguise themselves pretty well. They either live on seafans, soft corals or marine plants. They have the same colour and structure as the home they live in (on) and do not always sit upright. They tend to dangle around or ly flat, making … Continue reading PYGMY SEAHORSES
Don't you love nudibranches and flatworms?
I have always loved the beauty of coral gardens. But after I got a little bit into photography and played around with my Macro lens, I saw the amazing details and fell in love with them. These days, while I dive Raja Ampat with Indo Siren, I really enjoy taking pictures. Usually I am into … Continue reading CORAL & SPONGE BEAUTY