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The Kingdom of Graceful

There is very little that is graceful about backpacking or travelling in general, it can be tiring, dirty and sometimes even rough. Even journeys to idyllic places such as the Maldives and Pacific islands can incorporate an air of indignity, although when you arrive you soon forget. 123 more words


Nomads. Shooting Jellyfish in shallow waters.

After shooting in the shallows at low tide, I decided to venture out again only this time closer towards the high tide afew days before the new moon. 247 more words

Marine Life

Not exactly a light packer? PAL's Carry Over Checked In Baggage Got You Covered

On the tail end of 2016, I had the pleasure of having a 2 day, 1 night trip in Anilao, Batangas to witness the 2016 Anilao Underwater Shootout… 669 more words

Travel Diaries

Beyond the reserve

Must be a White’s Seahorse!

Gloomy Octopus

Tiger Pipefish courting

Brown Sabretooth Blenny

Decorator crab

White’s Seahorse

White’s Seahorse

A pair of Mourning Cuttlefish

Smooth Tooth Flounder… 164 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge - Ambience

To me, ambience means light, sound, texture, and I loved the light in this macro shot of Christmas tree worms on the reefs of Belize.  You may recognize the structure of these little critters from the scene in Avatar where Jake is walking through the jungle and touching the large plants, which immediately recoil into a tube. 59 more words


Hiding in Paradise

A westerly gale has dominated these last few days, forcing us into hiding, and limiting our communication with the outside world. Despite this, it has been warm and sunny which makes things so much more pleasant. 549 more words