The tasselled Wobbegong


The wobbegong is a carpet shark  and thus spends much of its time resting on the sea floor. At daytime one have to look under rocks and overhangs to find them resting. On our trip to Raja Ampat we came across the tasselled wobbegong (Eucrossorhinus dasypogon), one of the 12 species of the Orectolobidae family …

It’s a fishbowl


Diving in the Raja Ampat area is a priviledge. I can’t remember having witnessed that many schooling/shoaling fish in other areas. Sweetlips, barracudas, snappers, fusiliers, batfish, trevallies, surgeonfish and bigeyes all gather into one fantastic underwater symphony! Take a plunge into Raja Ampat’s fishbowl!        

Deep down on Gili Raja Wreck


The Gili Raja wreck is approximately 90-meters long and lies for  60 years on its side at a depth 35m and 50m. It is beautifully y overgrown with soft corals. The site is almost pristine as only a handful of divers are able to dive here given the depth. I had the chance to dive …

One last perfect day on Selayar!


After a couple of “wet” and cloudy days we were happy to see the sun rise on our last diving day! Some of us were up at 6 AM for an early morning dive. It was just amazing to see the sun getting gradually higher up in the sky during the dive!! It was definitely …

Interview Radio 100,7


Here is yesterday’s interview. I had the pleasure to talk about diving and photography during 7 minutes on radio 100,7in order to promote tonight’s multi-media show “Indonesia: Maumere to Komodo” Where : Prabbeli Wiltz   When : 8pm tonight Hier j’avais le plaisir de parler de plongée et de photo sous-marine lors d’une interview à radio …

Komodo : drifting away


Diving in Komodo can’t really be explained. You have to witness it by yourself. Feeling the strength of the current in your face! Trying to keep hold to  your camera  🙂 Diving through a bowl of fish soup! It is simply breathtaking, in every sense of the word! The best is to give away some …