7 photographs with 7 lines to share our fascination with coral reefs. Enjoy our first ode to reef life as a picture story. Let the sunshine in Home sweet home Live and let live All we need Get into the groove Small worlds Evolution Reef life as a picture story: […]Weiterlesen
Blog: Dive, travel, connect & protect
Our English blog „Dive, travel, connect & protect“ presents photos, videos, experiences, research, opinions, and ideas from Devocean Pictures as well as fellow ocean and nature lovers and like-minded initiatives. Our little stories are meant to take you out into the world as well as bring the world and its (natural) wonders back to all of us.
Dive and travel
Follow our travels to guide and guard to destinations all around the world. We dive into unknown territory and broaden our horizons. In this blog, we want more than just to document, we follow our curiosity, learn from others, and grow with each and every experience.
Connect and protect
We present people, projects, products, and possibilities to inspire change: live, love, and learn from one another. Life is a constant search, a never-ending journey we like to share. We aim to continuously evolve and educate (ourselves) – in and outside the water. Our actions affect others, affect the world. Change is possible to protect our blue planet.
„Dive, travel, connect and protect“ is fuelled by our passion, but our mission doesn’t come without detours, mishaps, and constant challenges and we also like to point those out. After all, life is a journey, a constant learning process. Stories in our second blog Abgetaucht are particularly reflecting on those topics. With lots of love and devotion, we are painting an even more personal picture of the weird and wonderful world we are living in (German only).
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 themselves. I love ordinary subjects, often overlooked by underwater […]Weiterlesen
Death isn’t an excepted conversation starter. In fact, even after experiencing a loss, it wasn’t easy to talk about it or – even worse – to show the feelings it causes. At least in my experience. We got condolences and sympathy right after the death of my father, basically until […]Weiterlesen
Happy news! Finally, there is another page under photography online: Art by nature features mainly underwater pictures, but not exclusively. New photo gallery: Art by nature Beauty lies in the details. I love looking for particular combinations and patterns formed by colours, textures, and shapes. Nature is an endless provider […]Weiterlesen
Reflections on the underwater world, photography and diving: Why our point of view is back to basics. These little reflections highlight our approach to diving, photographing, and filming and how we are linked to the underwater world. They are based on our philosophy, reflect our point of view, and share […]Weiterlesen
In short: I and my cameras have not always lived in perfect harmony. I love diving and find it very relaxing. Why add another activity on top? Initial struggles were followed by a longer break until I started with a new mindset. It’s not that there were no more frustrations […]Weiterlesen
Hiking across the border of Poland and the Czech Republic offers panoramic views and granite sculptures in the Giant Mountains. Follow our route from summer 2019 in my pictures below. The Giant Mountains with granite sculptures The Giant Mountains (Riesengebirge) brought up vague childhood memories of a mountain spirit called […]Weiterlesen
My old neighbourhood under new light: A walk from S Sonnenallee to U Kottbusser Tor in Berlin brings up memories and discoveries. Read more on the changes as well as sustainable fashion, barbers and second-hand clothes in Neukölln. Berlin memories I love Berlin! It was a huge adventure to move […]Weiterlesen
Drenthe is a province of the Netherlands. Located in the northeastern part of the country it is often overlooked – at least by Germans on our race to the Western coast. I was lucky enough to get myself a Grunn (Groninger) who moved to Drenthe as a kid: We love […]Weiterlesen
My first visit to a Frisian island since I was a kid (affinity to islands and sea: Inselfieber). After more than a month of being land-locked in the Netherlands and Germany, we were very much looking forward to an island recovery on Heligoland. Deep-sea island Before we got invited to […]Weiterlesen