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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. Traveled to NAD resort on May 5 to May 16. Very long trip-stayed in Ambassador transit hotel when I got to Singapore, then left for Manado in the morning. No problems connecting with transport to NAD which takes about an hour from airport. The Underwater Tribe photo workshop was scheduled at the same time so I got to have a personal guide for my stay since I was doing video. Lembeh lives up to it's reputation as the critter dive you want to do. NAD is not a luxury resort but it is good. Large camera room, charging stations, friendly staff. The rooms are basic with air and good showers. Saw so many of the critters that I wanted to see-blue ring, wonderpus, many ghost pipefish, bobbi worm and more. If you are a hard core muck diver-this is the place you to go.
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