Pink dolphins 6 pages article in the first edition of French Plongeur.com Magazine – Feb-Mar-Apr 2010
Tiger Shark catches underwater photographer’s video camera while it is filming. Filmed By Stuart Cove and his team. Still photography by Stephen Frink.
Within the five points about “International Festival of Underwater Images“, summarized by the French magazine Subaqua, they have included my pink dolphins picture that I had presented that year (2009). Isn’t that cool? 🙂
An amazing “must see” movie clip by Blue Planet, on coral spawning. Shows nicely and live how coral reefs are created.
Between the five finalists of Epson Red Sea Underwater Photo Competition edition 2009 “Fish of the Year” category. The winner was Pedro Carrillo Montero from Spain. Hereunder the double page featuring my pictures.
Fernando de Noronha is an ecological paradise. It’s also a favourite place for the spinner dophins. Hereunder some images of the splendid archipelago. See also Fernando de Noronha underwater photo gallery
Underwater visibility in Fernando de Noronha is impressive. Probably one of the best in the world. Noronha bellow surface is very colourful, but not like tropical seas. Many colourful volcanic rocks and pelagics in large quantities. See also Fernando de Noronha’s above the sea image gallery
See also Pink Dolphins photo gallery, Pink Dolphins photo-articles part1, Meeting the Pink Dolphins photo-articles part2
Pink dolphins (aka botos or inia geofrensis), black caiman and piranhas photographed underwater the Rio Nego, Amazonas. See also Pink Dolphins photo-articles part1, Meeting the Pink Dolphins photo-articles part2, Amazonas above the water photo gallery
Free diver Tanya Streeter holds her breath for above six minutes. She’s working on a shark therapy.