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  1. Hello everyone, I wanted to share my latest episode in the 'Rolling in the Deep' series. This time taking a look at the critters in Milne Bay. PNG is a terrific destination, and Milne Bay is an area where it can offer both fantastic macro and wide angle photography. As always comments are welcome. Let me know what you liked and didn't. Enjoy! Dustin
  2. Hello everyone, I wanted to share my first video from our trip to Papua New Guinea. We stayed at Tawali and had the entire resort to ourselves for 12 days! it was really a fantastic spot and we really enjoyed both the diving and resort very much. While PNG is not exactly easy to get to, it should be on everyone's bucket list. This is the first of a few videos that I will be making from the trip. Let me know what you think. I hope you enjoy it! Or Youtube
  3. Hey friends, I got an email from Dr Peter Ward of the Sprigg Institute of Geobiology at the University of Adelaide asking for our help. He is doing research on the Nautilus and would like to find out if the images on one of our old threads were truly taken in Milne Bay. He would also appreciate seeing any any photos of Nautilus from Indonesia and or the Solomons. From: Dr. Peter Ward There are two photos published on an old thread on Wetpixel: This member non active. I am doing the DNA and conservation of Nautilus. We REALLY need to know if the photos posted there are from Milne Bay? Could you help us with some critical science and poll members, or anyway you can to get NAUTILUS photos from Milne Bay? Peter Ward The photos were made by our member ATJ. Andrew hasn't been active here in a while but I'll try an old email for him and see if he can help. Unfortunately for me, I've never been to Milne Bay or even seen much less photographed a Nautilus so I'm no help. Does anyone have Nautilus images from the area? In the mean time I'll try to get him signed up on Wetpixel so he can answer any of your questions directly. Cheers, Steve
  4. I have just completed revising and updating the location guide to Milne Bay in PNG on my site. I have updated all the pages and added new ones based on my most recent trips. Included is an overview of Milne Bay province, an overview of diving Milne Bay, Tawali dive resort, overview of the north coast dive sites, Dinah's Beach and Deacon's Reef at Lauadi, the famous Milne Bay manta cleaning station Giants@Home and what is probably the best aircraft wreck in PNG the B17F Black Jack plus links to the various articles I have written over the years. I have been visiting PNG regularly for over 15 years now, so this has kind of become a labor of love.... Don
  5. It is just so great that after having done 5000 or so dives in my life, I can still come out of the water from dives like this and have no words to desribe the beauty I have just witnessed. On this trip to Milne Bay last year, I let my friends do the talking and I just pushed the record button and filmed what I saw. The trip was organised by my friend, Douglas Seifert, onboard Craig De Witt's MV Golden Dawn and the legend, Dinah Halstead, was our dive guide. I can't wait to go back and film more.
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