North of Isla Providencia. (Colombia) Somewhere between Nicaragua and Jamaica. December 2014.
Getting a little awkward here with shortage of oxygen and a black tip reef shark between me and the surface.
The video from the same dive: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzfR4aR-Jdc
As we where waiting for the Jacobite steam train close to the Glennfinnan viaduct (Scotland) this beauty decided to take a rest and give us a nice foreground.. Red Deer? July 5.
The Tayrona rainforest is teeming with life. It´s habitat for jaguars, monkeys, caimans, condors and many other species. This iguana I found on a rock sunbathing and checking out the beach-activity
The most impressive encounter though during the day-long walk in the national park was with the native Kogi tribe that live in the forest since before birth of Christ!
Colombia has it all, come and check out for yourself
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And finally after 18 dives around the world the big one showed up.
Dr Connalys reef outside La Providencia/Colombia, December 19
And here is the movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzfR4aR-Jdc
Excursion around Ribeira Brava. Sao Nicolau/Cape Verde. June 7….. and ticking over 50 000 visits the last Three years?
The giant Flying Fox (or Fruit bat) has a wing span of up to 5 feet (1.5m). Now it has got the doubtful reputation of being the cause of the current Ebola epidemic in West Africa. This particular portrait I took in the Seychelles where you see them fly everywhere also in plain daylight. (I flipped the pic upside down)