Scalloped hammerhead sharks at Wolf Island, Galapagos I hosted a Galapagos liveaboard trip with Aqua-Firma on the Humboldt Explorer, operating from San Cristobal, late last month. I had a fantastic time, with some of my … [Read more...] about Scuba Diving Galapagos on the Humboldt Explorer
The Galapagos Islands off Ecuador are famous for the weird and wonderful land animals that call the archipelago home, such as giant tortoises and finches. Underwater, things are just as interesting. The Galapagos is one of the … [Read more...] about Whale Sharks in the Galapagos Islands: A Guide for Divers
Whale sharks are amazing. Yeah, okay, I'm completely biased about it. Thanks, Captain Obvious. It's still true. However, even after 14 years of studying the species, I've never actually written up the stats on their world-beating … [Read more...] about Whale Shark Facts: The Awesome Stats On Earth’s Largest Fish
I recently wrote a post on my updated settings for underwater macro photography with the Sony A7rIII, so I thought I'd kick on and do the same for underwater wide angle too. For the moment, this post focuses simply on my … [Read more...] about Underwater Wide-Angle Photography with the Sony A7rIII
We live in a world of light and color. A large chunk of our brain is assigned to process the inputs received from our eyes. We appreciate beautiful sunsets, rainbows, and fairy lights. Other mammals see a different world. Dogs … [Read more...] about Fluoro fishies enjoy blacklight discos. Honest.