Mantis Schrimp, Cook Island, April 2010
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On our first dive trip to the Philippines, we came across quite a few fish that we had not seen before. They were quite interesting to look at, but ugly. In my option anyway, although beauty is in the eye … Continue reading
Yes, there is such a creature and it appears to have a beak. It is also known as the Plume Shrimp. We were lucky enough to photograph one on our last dive trip in the Philippines. Even after all these … Continue reading
There were loads of oppotunities to photograph nudibranchs in the Philippines. These are our favourites. We’ve tried our best to identify them. Let me know if you think we’ve misidentified any of them.
Here are our favourite photos of seahorses and pipefishes from the Philippines dive holiday. Who doesn’t love seahorses? We were lucky enough to capture a few photographs of a pregnant male seahorse. Yes the males carry the young. We think this … Continue reading
Taking photos of angler fish as opposed to anemone fish, which we featured in our previous blog, is a lot easier. They don’t move, they’re just harder to find. Fortunately for us the dive guides were excellent at finding them. … Continue reading
Here are some of our favourite photos of anemonefish from the recent Phillippines trip. We saw more clown anemonefish here than we see diving on the Great Barrier Reef. This gave us plenty of opportunities to try and get a variety … Continue reading