Photo of the Day – Too Many Fish

December 13, 2010

Too many fish at Batu Bolong
"Too many fish" at Batu Bolong

Ever have a dive where you thought, "There’s too many fish down here"? I’m being a bit facetious of course, but it almost seemed that way on my most recent dive on Batu Bolong near Komodo Island in Indonesia. The photo above may give you an idea of how, uh, "crowded" it was down there.

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Komodo 2010 Highlights

September 8, 2010

I just got back from a long trip to Indonesia that included some dives around Bali as well as a week on the Mermaid II traveling from Bali to Komodo and back. I’ll be updating the guides over the coming weeks, but in the meantime here’s a few highlights from the 70+ ‘good’ pictures I got on the dives.

Komodo 2010

Photos from a Bali – Komodo dive trip on Mermaid II in August / September 2010.

Big school of tevally
Big school of tevally
Yellow Pygmy Seahorse
Yellow Pygmy Seahorse
Mermaid II
Mermaid II
Bobtail Squid
Bobtail Squid
Nudibranch
Nudibranch
Sea Slug
Sea Slug
Florescent Anemone
Florescent Anemone
Anemone Crab
Anemone Crab
Komodo Dragon
Komodo Dragon
Torpedo Ray
Torpedo Ray
Fire Anemone Shrimp
Fire Anemone Shrimp
Ornate Ghost Pipefish
Ornate Ghost Pipefish

Mouse over the ‘Thumbnails’ link to see a selection of images.
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Cuteness rules! Finding Nemo in Bunaken

June 8, 2010

I’m almost finished updating and expanding the guide to Bunaken diving, which means I’m taking my last good look through all the great pictures I managed to get. I’ve already posted a few of the best pictures of the strange and rare critters found around Lembeh and Bunaken, but there are a lot of the less rare "old favorites" as well. Take, for example, this picture of a family of clown fish in their anemone. They really are cute, aren’t they?

False Clown Anemonefish
A cute family of False Clown Anemonefish and the anemone at Cela Cela, Bunaken.
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