Issue #63 Bilingual Version
Psychedelic frogfish is the holy grail of all underwater photographers. Ambon, Indonesia.
— By Qing Lin
Jardines de la Reina
Visiting Cuba to dive its wondrous reefs without taking the time to experience the people and culture is kind of like eating a delicious chocolate cake deprived of icing.
— By Glen Cowans & Louise Stazzonelli
The Kerama Blue
The Kerama Islands’ powdery sand beaches, crystal-clear waters and sunny blue skies make Okinawa all too irresistible for divers.
— By Sato Ayano
Hidden Treasures of Lang Tengah
When thinking about the dizzy array of schooling fishes and furious pelagic fish action, one place in Malaysia’s east coast come to mind and that is Lang Tengah in Kuala Terengganu.
— By Yen-Yi Lee
Lost at Sea
Surface safety tips in the unlikely event that you are left out at sea as the boat could not locate you.
— By Simon Pridmore
One of the most desired subjects for macro photographers is the frogfish. A master of camouflage, a frogfish blends into its surroundings so well that most divers will swim right past it without a second glance.
— By Daniel Geary
The most sought after species of frogfish is the psychedelic frogfish. Hiding among the dark gray mess of rocks and sand, this is divers’ holy grail.
— By Gilbert Woolley
Protecting Our Oceans
Our ocean is the primary resource that supports every living thing on our planet. What are we doing to ensure the sustainance of our life-support system?
— By Beth and Shaun Tierney
Diving in colorful Fiji
The amazing islands, gorgeous reefs, lush coral and bountiful fishlife of Fiji are a wonderous sight to behold; filled to the brim with a biodiversity that is hard to beat.
— By Ken Thongpila
Jellyfish makes for compelling subjects as they are as enchanting as they are dangerous. When shooting these transparent, gelatinous ocean drifters, there is an ever-present threat of being at the end of a painful sting.
— By Alex Tyrrell
— By Qing Lin