Inside the dark

When I look outside, I dream… when I look inside, I awaken.

See the Thistlegorm [photoblog.com] outside [photoblog.com] too.

Nov. 2008

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      2009.03.01 Edited

      Amazing shots, I was in January in Dahab and had my first 3 sniff diving sessions and I got immediatly addicted too. Your photos are strenghten this feeling. May I ask you what kind of equipment do you use? I bought for this holiday a Voigtlaender UW camera but I am not very happy with the results.

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      2009.02.24 Edited

      i agree with the above, again a great series of that strange but beautiful world you are showing us. Sure would love to have a few of those bikes!

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      2009.02.23 Edited

      the clarity of these shots is enormous - no critterbuggers! i feel like watching a crime or suspense movie when watching this sequence... who sunk the car? who tries to lift the treasures? who wrote the secret code onto the tire? awww... i would give something to be able to explore these realms of pristine under water pleasure with your eyes... and, not to speak less of it, camera equipment. :-)

      you are by far the most fascinating UW photographers publishing here on photoblog. i'd hang up any of these on my wall.

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      2009.02.20 Edited

      Amazing sights you see when you go out shooting! Most of us will never experience that - thanks for sharing :))

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      2009.02.20 Edited

      oh wow Great set
      I like #5 for its composition and unexpectedness.

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      2009.02.20 Edited

      Beautiful underwater set! Now I am seriously considering taking up your offer to visit your friend and experince the underwater world, LOL

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      2009.02.19 Edited

      Great pictures, I especially like no 5. It all looks surrealistic under water, these old things would only look like trash on the ground.