Mantis Schrimp, Cook Island, April 2010
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Yesterday’s dive was one of the most exciting dives we have done at Cook Island. With a maximum of 5 metres visability (and that’s exaggerating ) the bait fish and the sharks were all around us and up close. Add to that … Continue reading
It’s feels like it has been an age since last time we got our boat out and dived at Cook Island. Late July, “nearly two whole months”, was the last time we dived at Cook. Today was a beautiful spring … Continue reading
As promised here is part 2 of our favourite photos from our weekend getaway on the Great Barrier Reef.
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
I can’t swim past a sea whip coral without taking a closer look. There is a good chance I will find something interesting on it to photograph. And if I don’t, the whip coral makes a nice subject in itself. The … 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
Muck diving in the Philippines provides loads of opportunity to photograph crabs. They are everywhere, some are very obvious and others extremely well hidden. Here are our favourite crab photos from our trip.