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  • Rescued From The Sunken Vessel Jascon 4

    Rescued from the Sunken Vessel Jascon 4

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    Harrison Okene was the only survivor in the sunken vessel Jascon 4, off Nigeria coasts. He was rescued rescued by divers very precociously because he stayed deep for a long time. The divers had to make sure that Harrison would not get any decompression illness when …

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  • Betrayal

    Betrayal

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    Members of BlueSphere Foundation went to the Tonga Islands, last September with cinematographer Shawn Heinrichs to shoot the movie Betrayal. Shawn Heinrichs is the well-known producer of the recent movie “Mantas Last Dance” The short film was done to raise awareness of the plight of the …

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  • Model shot by Johannes Felten at the Red Sea Shoot-out

    Making of an Image by Johannes Felten

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    I sometimes prefer to make photo-reportages showing underwater photographers at work, rather than going out to take pictures of the sea-life itself. During the last Red Sea shoot-out, I had the chance to take part in some underwater photo productions with famous photographers. The first, Viktor …

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  • Sea Of Love

    Sea of Love

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    This movie was filmed by Pawel Achtel. Originally in 3D, bute here’s the 2D version. You will appreciate here a moving waltz between humpback whales in Tonga. The clip is ending surprisingly with an amazing jump of one of the whales, seen from below the …

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  • Cover page ScubaDiver AustralAsia March 2013

    Dead Sea Diving in ScubaDiver AustralAsia – Issue #3-2013

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    ScubaDiver AustralAsia has published one of my Dead Sea underwater pictures on a double page, in the March 2013 issue. I have received it only now because of very sad news. Diego Garcia used to be ScubaDiverAA Chief Editor and was very appreciated. Unfortunately, in …

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  • Freedivers Tagging Great White Sharks

    Freedivers Tagging Great White Sharks

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    In 2012 the team of The Watermen Project embarked on an expedition to Isla de Guadalupe, Mexico. Dr. Mauricio Hoyos, William Winram and Fred Buyle placed 11 acoustic tags on Great White Sharks in order to further study their migratory behavior. The goal of these …

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  • Killer Whales Hunting

    Killer Whales Hunting

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    During a Monterey Bay Whale Watch l day trip on November 10th, several groups of Killer Whales appeared while they were hunting sea lions, the huge feeding aggregations of Humpbacks and California Sea Lions, and some Blue Sharks. It’s quite impressing!

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  • Kids Ocean Day In Hong Kong

    Kids Ocean Day in Hong Kong Bring the Shark Back to Life

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    1000 Hong Kong kids, teachers, and volunteers call for shark conservation by forming a giant shark with a severed fin saying ‘Save Me’ in Chinese (救我). The children then re-attached the fin, dotted the eye, ‘rekindling its spirit,’ and brought the shark back to life …

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  • Pygmy Seahorses Indonesia

    Pygmy Seahorses, Indonesia. Stunning Images!

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    Pygmy Seahorses measure less than 15 mm and are among the hardest creatures to film. These stunning images were brought by Jace Green, from “Creative Scuba Images” in Indonesia. This was shot with Sony XR-520, Light & Motion Bluefin Pro, L&M Sunray lighting system and super-macro …

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  • Blue Life

    Blue Life

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    This splendid video was shot in the Red Sea by Nino Del Duca. It was taken from his film “Blue Life”, which won in 2012 the Short-Film Pro prize at the International Film Festival Pelagos in Rome.

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