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 20 of Underwater Photo Challenge Its size is up to 75 cm, large body and known by experienced scuba divers as an aggressive and fearless territorial fish. The fish […]
Day 18 of Underwater Photo Challenge It’s obvious how this fish gets its name. They can be identified easily due to their elongate body, with compressed head and a tubular […]
Day 17 of Underwater Photo Challenge The sea moths crawl slowly on the sandy bottom of the seafloor, feeding on the small crustaceans.
Day 11 of Underwater Photo Challenge It’s like the sunflower of the sea 🙂 It is actually an animal!
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.
Day One of Underwater Photo Challenge Following April’s Photo Challenge, I will continue to do a month of underwater photography from my previous diving travels before COVID-19. So it will […]
Day 30 of April Landscape Photo Challenge I missed to submit day 29 😦 I have been quite busy lately. Somehow WFH doesn’t reduce my workload. In fact, it is […]
A picturesque valley next to Yellowstone River, where the herds of bison are usually seen. Although we did not see many bison on our stop at the valley, the scenery of the Hayden Valley was truly breathtaking.
It was an exciting moment to see the Magnificent Frigatebirds in their habitat, North Seymour Island (Galapagos, Ecuador). Charles Darwin called the bird as ‘the Condor of the Oceans’. Its […]