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Second and third dive – Lembeh Strait

23 September 2009

Our second dive today is in Jahir I, named after the one of the pioneer Indonesian dive guides, Jahir! It was spectacular. I’m running out of superlatives here and pretty soon, I’m going to sound boring. Too much of !!!!! Third dive was in Airbajo I. Here are some pictures to show what […]

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Twittering “24 Hours in the Life of WWF” from Lembeh Strait

23 September 2009

I am now enlightened on the world famous place called Lembeh Strait. I’m no longer a Lembeh virgin! Hurrah!

We’re here in Lembeh Resort to show what biodiversity is all about. Coincidentally, we’re also here to Twitter our activities, joining in the worldwide celebration of WWF Founder Sir Peter Scott’s 100th birthday. For one whole day, […]

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Fish Life – Tulamben

12 – 18 September 2009

While in Tauch Terminal, the easy access to the Liberty Wreck and a house reef made us dive and dive and dive till we couldn’t see straight anymore. And we had LONG dives. The house reef or Coral Garden had an incredible cleaning station at 27 meters with massive amounts of cleaner […]

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Diving with Tauch Terminal, Tulamben – North Bali

12 – 19 September 2009

First I have to pay tribute to the women porters of Tulamben. They literally risk their necks for us, and it’s quite embarrassing to see them carry one or two or even three tanks for our diving ease and pleasure! Here is some of the amazing carrying that they do!

When visiting […]

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Mantas and Mola Mola in Nusa Penida

10 September 2009

After five months of straight shooting, we had to slow down and work on the thousands of images. The WWF Global Photo Network had been patiently waiting for their hi-resolution images but we could feel their itchy fingers wanting to get hold of the files! :) So in beautiful Bali we holed ourselves […]

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Live Reef Fish Trade and People of Pulau Mesa

20 August 2009

We got off our 12-day liveaboard on the Seven Seas and hired ourselves a local floating home named Merannu, or Bajo language for “happy.”

We swung again from luxury to basic and as always, found ourselves pleasantly surprised. Now our aim was to photograph Komodo’s people and fishing activities. In Bali, we photographed the […]