At the end of a nightdive we met this sepia. We assumed that this poor guy was irritated by our lamps...that was definitely an error. After a while this sepia drilled in a coral with full power and came back with a crab in her mouth... a weird scene. So guys, nothing is like it seems...
Although I saw not a tigershark, hammerhead or a longimanus I was impressed. Sea horses, Sea rabbit and lots of octopus enlightend me. It was a wonderful trip to Tamariu, Spain. Sea life was so vibrant so that I never expect this.
abDul visited in his second part of the trip to Mexico the Cenotes. It is a huge-some scientists say the biggest- underwater sweetwater reservoir of the planet. Impressions of these dives are spheric and mystic.
Although I am normally not admonish something in my blog I have to warn everybody to dive there without experienced guides. Please consider the signboards deep in the cave system. Dives in the Cenotes should be done only by skilled and trained divers. Keep Your head up!
My son abDul undertook a journey to Mexico. The first target was the Gulf of Mexico to snorkel with whale sharks. The results you will see here with amazing photos he shot. You like the music? The music was produced again from the Tunguska Electronic Music Society.