In this episode of visual meditation, we invite you to fly with us over a beautiful coral reef of Wakatobi. As mentioned before in “Take a Minute VII”, healthy coral reefs play a vital role in the overall condition of the oceans at large. Although they only make up a […]Read More
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For all ocean addicts, explorers, nature lovers, and everybody else having to stay at home due to the coronnavirus and is perhaps longing for a refreshing dip in the ocean: Watch Sulawesi Splendour I-IV. All these creatures are out there waiting for us. Hopefully, when all this is over, instead of […]Read More
Plastic is on our mind. Every high tide leaves behind a line of plastic on the beach of Amed. Every heavy rain shower washes half burned or openly collected rubbish from the settlements and streets into fields and streams, distributed by the wind, animals and more rain, eventually, most it […]Read More
In this series of 1-minute clips we invite you to “Take a Minute” to relax and refresh your mind and soul with visual meditation. The first video features a shallow and sheltered part of the reef which is simply perfect to start or or end a dive. Take a minute […]Read More
Picture strip and gallery as well as all photographs separately with additional information on the different subjects The underwater world isn’t only full of strange creatures but offers lots of colours, patterns and shapes which are captivating in itself. I love ordinary subjects, often overlooked by underwater photographers on the […]Read More
The only way to explore the water world of Komodo Nationalpark: boat! But it’s more than just a way to travel. We enjoy the view of the islands in the sky before diving into the endless ocean and the sparkling sun on the water when getting back up after another […]Read More
A journey into the unknown is highly recommendable for self-awareness and personal development, not so much for exploiting the ocean via deep-sea mining. Even though the deep-sea floor is „the most abundant habitat type on Earth. And we know almost nothing about it.“ Conservation International is pointing out the environmental […]Read More