Finally, I made my third solo trip to Bali (Indonesia) during the pandemic. This time, it’s combined with a diving trip in Amed. The first place I visited was Canggu […]
“What's done is done. What's gone is gone. One of life's lessons is always moving on. It’s okay to look back to see how far you’ve come but keep moving forward.”
Do you have a favorite sea animal(s)?
My opponent is my teacher. My ego is my enemy.
Monochrome Monday While in Papua..
Similar situation faced by the other wildlife animals, habitat of the Javan Rusa is limited due to human activity. Its population in the wild is considered vulnerable according to IUCN.
...surviving in challenging circumstances would be hard without a positive perspective. I have been there. We deserve to feel sad, miserable, lost trusts and unlucky compared to others...
Day 23 of Underwater Photo Challenge Octopus can kill you with their venoms. But, only a few octopus species that have such fatal venoms. Blue-ringed octopus is the most highly […]
Day 10 of Underwater Photo Challenge This is a sample of two species having a symbiotic relationship: the mushroom coral and the ghost shrimp. The ghost shrimp are often being […]
Day Nine of Underwater Photo Challenge It’s not a crocodile, but its appearance resembles the crocodile that makes it is called Crocodilefish. It is also known as Giant flathead. The […]
Day Eight of Underwater Photo Challenge A unique species, and do you know that seahorse is monogamous and mate for life? The pictures were taken in Indonesia and the Philippines.