my travel blog

In between paid works and life enjoyment, I've covered some events, festivals, and dives. Have a look at my last adventures through these blog posts.
April 22, 2020

Diving in Tulamben III – Wide Angle

Despite the enormous popularity of USAT Liberty Wreck (read more about it in here and here) Tulamben isn’t, probably, the first pick for an underwater wide angle shooter. In […]
March 22, 2020

Diving in Tulamben II – Black Water

Tulamben has great potential for blackwater diving, though it hasn’t yet been conveniently explored. Ocean floor drops deep very quickly and there is the Lombok straight current bringing many critters into these waters, which surface at night.
March 22, 2020

Diving in Tulamben – I Macro

Tulamben as a dive destination Tulamben is a small village, located in the Northeast coast of Bali (Indonesia), 95 km away from Ngurah Rai airport. Your […]
July 8, 2018

Lembeh – Sulawesi, Indonesia

Lembeh is famous for the Bobbit worms (though there is a slightly smaller version of those in Amed, Bali), Lembeh sea dragons, Galaxea pipefishes (I believe they exist also somewhere In Bali, but I have never seen those in there), Flamboyant Cuttlefishes (also in Anilao), and the biggest Mandarin fishes you’d ever find. (I’ve seen them in Pemuteran, Amed and Anilao, and all were considerably smaller and shyer). The overall list is almost endless – surely you won’t find them all, but still more than you can possibly shoot.
November 28, 2016

Underwater Macro Photography in Philippines – Anilao 2016

That trip gave me the opportunity to understand that, and to progress on learning how to shoot, rather than what to shoot. Making a critter collection can be a beginner’s hobby, but soon becomes sterile and boring. No one will want to look at your shots, and those critters were probably seen already a hundred times,
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