Clownfish (or Nemo’s for most people) are a very popular fish that can be found in colder waters of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, including the Great Barrier Reef and the Red Sea. Clownfish from different areas all have different characteristics.
Continue reading Maldives – Clownfish Circus
A few weeks ago we went to a divesite in the Vinkeveen lakes. The divesite is called ‘Zandeiland 4’ and is very popular among Dutch divers.
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There are two subjects in underwater photography that attract me the most; eyes and patterns.
Continue reading Maldives – Patterns
During almost every dive in the Maldive’s we’ve encountered one or more turtles. Kuredu, the island we were during our holiday, has a lush seagrass garden and homes a lagoon – in which juvenile sea creatures reside.
Continue reading Kuredu – heaven for turtle fans
In this blog I’d like to take you with me to the cute critters living in the Maldives.
Continue reading Maldives – Cute Critters
One of the reasons the Maldives are AWESOME is the abundance and variety of moray eel species. They appear in different colours, patterns and sizes and, no matter how they look, they’re amazing to capture.
Continue reading Maldives – Moray Mania
The Maldives give a great variation of underwater photography objects. You can encounter them all – huge pelagic fish like whalesharks and manta rays, but also a lot of cute muckies.
Continue reading Maldives – Muckie day