Issue #64 Bilingual Version
I shot this black signal blenny in the Sea of Cortez, Mexico. It is not a difficult subject to shoot; all it requires is precision timing and loads of patience.
—By Pipat Cat Kosumlaksamee
Heaven in Tulamben
Black sand is typically an indication of fabulous diving, filled with surprises: weird and wonderful critters. But in Tulamben, this also means wide-angle opportunities against a lush Liberty wreck.
—Text by Elly Jeurissen
The newest republic on the planet issues an open invitation to one of the world’s most biodiverse waters. With animals large and ultra-macro on display, find it all in the heart of the blessed Coral Triangle.
— By Desmond Lee
All Stars in Anilao
Everything a macro photographer could ever wish for – including the ledgendary Lembeh seadragon – awaits in Anilao
— Text by Carol Lim
Moving to the Dark Side
When the sun goes down, a nondescript patch of seabed that seems boring in daytime, turns into an underwater wonderland.
— By Simon Pridmore
Dawn of Time
There are animals on the reef that we see regularly that have existed for untold millennia.
— By Beth and Shawn Tierney
A Tale of Two Arabias
Dive into the best of both worlds in the United Arab Emirates as it borders both the Gulf of Oman and the lower Arabian Gulf.
— By Iyad Suleyman
Here are winners of UWMP’s monthly thematic photo contest
— by UWMP members
— by Fabio Freitas
Shooting Critters with Eggs
Glistening in the mouths of male fish as it gently aerates its brood of eggs dexteriously while it continues to fast for weeks, is one of nature’s most intriguing sight. Improve your chances of capturing these shots with our tips and tricks.
— By Alex Tyrrell
— By Pipat Cat Kosumlaksamee