Category: underwater

My first Rhinopias

Photo by Jenjen Dumlao IT’S called the Holy Grail of underwater photography, a much sought-after underwater species that tend to be elusive. For so long now, the search for the Rhinopias has been going on, especially among the underwater photographers. Having studied the habitats and … Continue reading My first Rhinopias

Accidental art

The camera clicked before it can focus on what I wanted to take a photo of. On autofocus, it apparently was looking not on my subject but on the swirls a diver sees in waters where different temperatures and currents meet.

Nudibranch ballet

‘Tis a lesson you should heed: Try, try, try again. If at first you don’t succeed, Try, try, try again…” — William Edward Hickson   Stalking a nudibranch in the waters of Paradise Island Beach Resort in the Island Garden City of Samal…