Diving @Sangalaki and Kakaban (1 of 2)

Went with several dive buddies from 25 to 31 July 2012 for some diving at Sangalaki plus some corals restoration study by a couple of marine biologists in the group.

Here are some of the photos taken on this trip.

#1 – Staging area for corals used for research project.

#2 – Collecting the corals.

#3 – Frogfish

#4 – Unidentified juvenile fish.

#5 – Jawfish

#6 – Self portrait!

#7 – Dive buddy #1 with Canon G12.

#8 – Dive buddy #2 with Canon G11 and dual strobes YS-01/02.

#9 – Dive buddy #3 with Olympus XZ-1 and dual z240.

#10 – Dive buddy #4 with Nikon D300 and Gopro taking a break.

#11 – Dive buddy #5 supposed to be with Nikon D90 but Ikelite housing leaked!

#12 – Dive buddy #6 who drowned his Canon 50D and 100mm macro lens!!

#13 – Dive buddy #7 with Nikon D300 busy shooting.

#14 – Dive guide Noldy

#15 – New found friend that joined our group for a day of diving.

#16 – Buddy #3 whose strobe was faultily triggered every time another strobe fired at him.

#17 – Friendly cuttlefish

#18 – Giant sotong!

#19 – Snowing while my buddies will shooting these cuttlefish.

#20 – Jetty @Kakaban Island

#21 – Another view of Kakaban jetty.

#22 – Looking out of Kakaban jetty.

#23 – The platform at jellyfish lake.

#24 – Black lit jellyfish from jellyfish lake @Kakaban.

#25 – Jellyfish lake video


Jellyfish Lake a video by GRbenji on Flickr.

#26 – Jellyfish lake video #2


Jellyfish Lake #2 a video by GRbenji on Flickr.

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~ by grbenji on 13/08/2012.

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