32nd edition of Marine Life monthly post. Marine Life post published every 19th of the month. It aims to share information about the marine life species and to promote their […]
Following is a video of the mystical scenery in the Angelita Cenote. The video was captured by Dutchie. After seven years of scuba diving, I have been fearless to scuba […]
31st edition of Marine Life monthly post. Marine Life post published every 19th of the month. It aims to share information about the marine life species and to promote their conservation. […]
Have you ever seen a jellyfish glowing in the dark and swimming from the deep sea? I did and it was unusual sight and impressive!
I have been diving with the manta rays in Bali and Komodo (Indonesia). Each of encounter with them was an evanescent experience, however, I kept remembering the excitement feeling to see […]
On the first day diving, Doug, our Dive Master from the Big Island Divers Dive Center showed us the Harlequin Shrimp, a colorful shrimp, just a couple inch long. The shrimp is native to Pacific ocean, and I have been wanting to see them for ages.
“Light makes photography. Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography.” George […]
The cenote is a deep natural well or sinkhole formed by the collapse of surface limestone that exposes groundwater. Mexico has numerous cenotes around its territory, and they are considered significant […]
El Pit or in English: The Pit, is perhaps the most spectacular cenote in Tulum (Mexico) that I have ever dove. The cenote is exclusively for certified scuba divers. Following […]
I am writing the review of Cancun – Mexico Underwater Museum (MUSA) in between of Isla Mujeres and Cancun as a certified scuba diver with logged dives in several countries under various […]
We visited Ambergris Caye (Belize) six years ago and planned to return this summer. I became a certified Open Water scuba diver in the Island, and I would never forget […]