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We all know that most animals with lungs will yawn from time to time, but when I have taken these shots of the Lionfish last month in the Red Sea I wondered if…

I would like to take you to and underwater journey to one of my favourite divesites just about 75 minutes outside Hurghada, on the cast side of Giftun Soraya.…

From Surat Thani I traveled to Khao Lak where I joined a group of friendly divers in a three day scuba diving trip to the Similan islands. These limestone…

The Fina Diving World Cup was held in the Beijing Olympics water park, in the building known as the Water Cube. I'm not even sure what it's non-nickname is,…

Meet some of my friends from dives in Bonaire and Little Cayman. I'm headed back to Bonaire the end of next month, and I'm starting to do some planning (do I…

Out of a drip a whole world “Out of a drip a whole world comes floating into view like creatures in an aquarium the glare of the glass blinding us gargantuan…

First day of diving in Bonaire, and first dive with my new strobe. The internet here has been down more than up, but so far this evening things are going well,…

The brain coral (Diploria sp.) These corals get their common name from the grooves and channels on their surfaces that look like the folds of the human brain.…

Why are some fish - like the glassfish - transparent? Some fish are transparent because it really helps them to prevent being eaten. Some fish are transparent…

…when you're living in the dark 30 meters below the water line, spending your live eating algae… or is it not?

Do you know that feeling when you have a plan and it turnes out to be a disaster? Early september I`ve got the great wish to get some shots of a resident wels…

This “thing” is an animal… Most species have five feathery-fringed arms. What you see is a single arm, multiplied and mirrored. Feather stars usually attach…
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