I did not make up the shrimp's name. It is called as Sexy Anemone Shrimp (Thor amboinensis) because of its body movement that sways its abdomen back and forth, just like dancing. To be honest, this species is not easy to get their pictures of, as they keep "dancing". I don't even think they ever stop dancing.
The Nurse sharks are a common sight when scuba diving in Ambergris Caye (Belize). They usually swim in a group and a chance to meet two or more nurse sharks at the same time is higher. Two or three sharks, face to face?
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 […]
I was asked several times to write about how I do my underwater photography and how to start taking pictures underwater. Since I am not a professional photographer and I […]
Ambon is the capital city of Maluku Province (Indonesia) and located on Ambon Island. Maluku has gained its popularity in scuba diving industry after several diving companies shifted its diving destination […]
Thank you so much for participating on the quiz of Nudi Series – Nembrotha! The quiz was posted in this LINK. As promised, the answers, the winner and the honorable mention […]
Moalboal (the Philippines) is located around 100km from Cebu city. We spent almost 24 hours flight trip from Amsterdam to Cebu (that included 8 hours stop over in Changi Airport). […]
Day 2: Wonderful Wonderpus The octopus’ species name is Wunderpus Photogenicus but it is well known as Wonderpus. I saw this octopus in Lembeh Strait (North Sulawesi, Indonesia). Lembeh Strait is […]
Dauin, Dumaguete in Negros Island of the Philippines is my new favorite location for scuba diving. Our first dive was at a dive site called “Poblacion and Cars” where it […]
Dear readers, I would like to introduce a new monthly feature of this blog: Featured Photographer. The first edition of this post, I am honored to introduce Randi Ang, a young […]
We spent three weeks in Cuba with following routes: Fly from Amsterdam.. Havana (two nights) Jardines de La Reina (amazing sharks diving!! we stayed for six nights) Santa Clara […]