Posts tagged with nikonD700

  1. The Last Flight

    22 Oct 2019

    Technical rebreather diver exploring the wreck of B-17 For me personally, the sight of a giant airplane wreck in one piece deep under the sea is what ultimate exploration is all about. This B17 at island Vis is one of the best-preserved WW2 airplane wrecks in the world. It even…

  2. Marine Iguanas of Galapagos

    21 Oct 2019

    Marine Iguana feeding When I set on a journey to Galapagos I was all about seeing those massive schools of hammerheads, but then I discovered all-new world down under and came back with so much more. Galapagos Islands on Google Map One of the most unique encounters was with marine…

  3. Red Rock Crab at Isabela island in Galapagos

    20 Oct 2019

    Who says there are no alien-looking animals on topside when you go on diving trips? Galapagos is in many ways a Wonderland or Disneyland for us nature lovers, and new animals kept popping up, down under the water, or topside when doing land visits. Due to this, we did a…

  4. Dolphins of Sataya

    16 Oct 2019

    A massive pod of Spinner Dolphins This is my dolphin story. Everybody loves dolphins, but still, they can get further down under your skin and then you just love them even more. This happened to me after having an amazingly close encounter with a large pod of dolphins on one…

  5. Daedalus Reef - Where the Hammerheads wander

    10 May 2018

    The Hammerhead shark is one of those animals that everyone knows, no matter if you’re into diving or not. It is all over the place, from children’s books, comics, and cartoons down to great images, various adventure/wildlife multi-media content including documentary TV shows and movies. One of the easy-to-get places…

  6. The Red Sea - Home of the Oceanic Whitetips

    17 Apr 2018

    Diving with sharks is an amazing experience. For a lot of divers, the easiest way to dive with sharks is to dive with Oceanic Whitetips in the Red Sea. First, I will do a quick, facts-heavy, introduction on Oceanic Whitetips, then reflect on some of my own experiences with them…