In this session of tranquillity, we would like you to focus on the living art that is the coral reef and its protection. This particular reef, named Fan 38, is located at Wakatobi Dive Resort and is one of our favourite reefs on this beautiful Blue Planet. Reef-building corals consist […]Read More
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In this Minute of tranquillity, we’d like to introduce you to one of the ocean’s most recognisable icons, the reef manta ray (Mobula alfredi). Fly with two reef manta rays (Mobula alfredi) The species was described in 1868 by Gerard Krefft, the director of the Australian Museum. He named it […]Read More
In this minute of visual meditation, we invite you to glide with a school of round batfish (Platax orbicularis) over a beautiful reef in Wakatobi. To avoid confusion with the other batfish of the family Ogcocephalidae, members of the group known as anglerfish, these round batfish are often referred to […]Read More
Another ambush predator is the infamous stonefish because of its venomous touch. The venom of the stonefish is the strongest not only of all the ambush predators, but of all fish, and a sting, depending on the amount of venom entering the victim, can be fatal also for humans. Ambush […]Read More
Victory: First underwater video clip of 2020 out now Happy days! Not only are we back in the tropics and found a wonderful little house right on the beach – I am hearing the waves rolling ashore while I am writing this – but we also celebrate Yoeri’s victory against […]Read More
7 pictures with 7 lines to share a story and views on life under the sea: Our first ode to reef life, a story around pictures. Let the sunshine in Home sweet home Live and let live All we need Get into the groove Small worlds Evolution Reef life: So […]Read More
Picture strip as well as all photographs separately with additional information on the different subjects. Photo series: Waves of energy. 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 […]Read More