Mount Agung, Bali My Indonesian love affair I have a strange and conflicting relationship with Indonesia. How I feel about this vast and mind-boggling country is a little like how one feels about a lover. Like every love affair it
Adrienne in action – Photo by Steve Woods How to master perfect buoyancy for underwater photography So you want to be an underwater photographer? You might think that the most important skills to master are all the technical aspects of
Crystal Bay, Nusa Penida Nusa Penida: Not just another diving destination The thrill of traveling is equivalent to breathing fresh air. Try imagining right now as you sit. Close your eyes, inhale deeply and drift off to an exotic destination.
Big changes in Bali Plastic is a huge problem here in Indonesia. It seems insane that we as a human race have created something that lasts forever and use it only once. Just over a year ago I decided to
Stonefish Why dive at night? Night dives are a fascinating but often intimidating form of diving for new divers. Add the complication of underwater photography and it becomes even more of a challenge. But underwater night photography can be very
Photo by Tom Hart Catch-and-release fishing: Torture by another name I apologise in advance. This month’s blog is going to be a little bit of a rant. A well informed balanced argument culminating in my very strong opinion. I see
Earthquake Destruction, photo by Charlie Fenwick The Lombok Earthquake On the fifth of August at 7:46pm I was sitting at my desk at my home writing a blog about social media marketing, when the desk started to shake and the