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  • Cocotinos June 2009 - Images from Wori Bay, Bunaken and Odyssea Reefs
    7 days at Cocotinos Dive Resort June 2009 Images taken with Nikon D300 in Ikelite housing using DS160 Strobes and Nikon 60mm and 105mm lens Wide angle shots with Nikon 10 24mm Total images 35 Last update 4 07 09

    Original URL path: http://www.daveharasti.com/Sulawesi09/Cocotinos/index.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Kasawari Dive Resort - Lembeh Strait - July 2009
    2009 Photo gallery from 3 days 8 dives at Kasawari Dive Resort July 2009 Images taken with Nikon D300 in Ikelite housing using DS160 Strobes and Nikon 60mm and 105mm lens Total images 35 Last update 4 07 09 03

    Original URL path: http://www.daveharasti.com/Sulawesi09/Kasawari/index.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Photo's from Sea Explorers at Pura Vida beach resort - Dauin - Philippines
    Philippines Images taken whilst staying with Sea Explorers at Pura Vida beach resort Dauin Philippines Page 1 2 Total images 45 Last update 19 03 09 22 56 Made with

    Original URL path: http://www.daveharasti.com/Phils09/Dauin/index.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Marine Life of Secret Bay - Anilao - Philippines
    marine life from 5 dives at Secret Bay in Anilao Batangas March 2009 Diving and accomodation was with Crystal Blue Dive Resort Page 1 2 Total images 50 Last update

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  • Scuba Snoopy Tracks Down the Tiger Tail Seahorse
    on his body he wasn t the spritely young puppy anymore that he used to be It was only 10 mins into the dive when the seahorse tracker aka dive guide started banging away like a bed head in Kings Cross he d found the goods Snoops dashed over to encounter the tracker with a seahorse cruising around in front of him but it was the wrong seahorse This was just your run of the mill average Joe Blow common seahorse didn t the seahorse tracker realise that the Tiger Tail has double cheek spines whilst the common seahorse only has one Snoops was peeved He d flown all this way on the promise of a Tiger Tail only to be shown a boring seahorse that he d seen a billion times before This just wasn t good enough and Snoops turned his back and swam off very dejected 4 more days of searching and the Tiger Tail was still proving to be elusive Snoops was at his wits end All this way all this money and the Tiger Tail wasn t to be seen Snoops did however manage to get rather up close with a curious flamboyant cuttlefish This was pretty cool until the cuttlefish started to change colour and wrapped her tentacles around his body even though it was doing a good job at matching his fin colour Snoops was very reluctant as he wasn t all that keen on interspecies relationships There was one more dive to go and Snoops was insistent that they went back to Ducomi Pier for one last look It didn t matter that the Tiger Tail hadn t been seen there for the past 5 days he was chucking all his bones in the one basket and hoping his Tiger Tail numbers

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  • Secret Bay - Anilao - Diving at Crystal Blue Resort
    assured him a check out diving wasn t necessary as we d been diving solid for the past week but he guaranteed us it was still a good dive for macro photography The name of the site was Secret Bay Now don t get me wrong here but there s a Secret Bay divesite in almost every dive destination around the world I was incredibly sceptical about this site thinking that the locals were just trying to make their check out dive site sound interesting How wrong was I After a quick 15 minute boat ride on our Love Boat we pulled up at the divesite The site sure didn t look all that exciting from the surface there was a single shack and outrigger on the shore and about a 100m along the pebbly beach a Behemoth of a resort was being built The following is an account on what we saw on our first dive at Secret Bay 9 02am Long Armed Octopus 9 12 Thorny Seahorse 9 30 Ornate Ghostpipefish 9 37 Motuti Octopus Octopus mototi This was the first time I d ever encountered this octopus and it was very impressive It was hiding in an old bottle and actually came out to clean rocks away from his front door step 9 40 Mimic Octopus 9 52 Anglerfish 10 01 Blue Ring Octopus Octopus lunulata 10 08 Jawfish 10 11 Common Seahorse Also add in 8 different species of nudibranchs 3 different shrimps a couple of scorpionfish and some garden eels and you have one of the most productive critter dives that you can possibly imagine It was basically like swimming around an underwater zoo this was easily one of the best dives I d ever done it s not every day that you get 4

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  • Marine Life of Lembeh - Scuba Diving in Manado - Northern Sulawesi
    taken in April 2007 onboard the liveaboard Odyssea1 and also whilst staying at Bastianos Lembeh All images were taken with a Nikon D80 Nikon 60mm and Tamron 90mm lens in an Ikelite housing using DS125 strobes Page 1 2 Total

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  • Scuba Diving in Bunaken National Park - Manado, Northern Sulawesi - Odyssea Divers
    Divers These images were taken in April 2007 whilst diving with Odyssea Divers based at Kima Bajo Resort All images were taken with a Nikon D80 Nikon 60mm and Tamron 90mm lens in an Ikelite housing using DS125 strobes Total

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