The Raja Ampat Islands beckoned us to return again this year, so during September we accompanied a group of underwater photographers to dive and photograph the world's richest reefs. Our group was made up of people from various backgrounds, we had a marine scientist, an insurance assesor, a finance advisor, a nurse, a water project consultant, a medical case manager, a marine artist, a dive instructor, a retired builder and a marine sculptor.
Together we explored the reefs and islands straddling the equator off the coast of West Papua. We photographed walking sharks, solar powered nudibranchs, dense shools of sweetlips, tiny 1cm tall pygmy seahorses, watched a moray eel fight a giant napolaen wrasse, descended on sheer walls coated with sea fans, watched in awe as a pack of sharks hunted for food and drifted through a river-like channel loaded with marine life.
Talk to us now if you'd like to join a trip in 2016, as our next trip in October 2015 is already full.
Reef Wreck & Critter Blog:
Jeff & Dawn Mullins run this Blog to give an insight into our underwater discoveries in Indonesia and any news about what we are currently doing .