This photo was taken after we did an underwater flag raising in Alor for Indonesia independence day. A young man was carrying the flag back to the boat symbolise our duty to continue our elders works.
Octopus is believed as a very smart sea animal. This one attracted me of its reddish colour.
Tubastrea also known as Sun Coral or Sun polyps. They extend their beautiful tentacles only at night.
Wearing a traditional wooden goggle, the fisherman was fixing his bubu (fish trap) in the afternoon and work as a teacher in the morning. This photo won a Conservation Category in an international underwater photo contest.
This Pygmy (peek me?) pipefish was about 2cm long and it kept moving. So glad I was able to freeze it in this photograph. This photo won the Best Macro category in an international Photo Shoot Out Competition.
Two whalesharks circling around me one early morning in Nabire - Papua. That one morning I met 7 whalesharks.
These corals live in very shallow water in Raja Ampat that allow me to get the reflections on the water surface, green of the trees, and clear blue sky above.
This unknown ship wreck in front of Sanger pier is just a beauty to photoraph.
This funny colour shrimp was enjoying his afternoon by perching on the edge of a sea urchins' thorn
It was the end of my dive when I saw this juvenile trumpetfish hovering amongst corals.
There are 3 stingless jellyfish lake in the world, and one of them is in Togean. Clear water and sunny late afternoon make me able to grab the beauty of blue sky, green of the trees, lovely silhouette of snorkeler, and the jellyfish itself.
Located in 30m deep of water, visibility of no more than 4m , this once a cargo ship still an interesting object to dive for and be photographed.