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  1. I am searching for locations in either North or South America where animals might be utilising rubbish on beaches regularly or reliably? At the moment specifically I'm looking to try and find Hermit Crabs using bottles or tops instead of shells - does anyone know of a beach where they see this? But I am interested in any cool wildlife adaptive behaviour, preferably coastal. Any help much appreciated!
  2. I know this isn't still photography, but it's imagery! I wanted to share this short film that my husband and I made in Tangkoko Nature Reserve (focusing on Spectral Tarsiers & Celebes Macaques) while taking a break from diving on the northern end of Sulawesi, Indonesia. https://vimeo.com/217809929
  3. Marine mammals from the west coast of North America... http://www.nomads-expeditions.com/index/G0000xHTShQe4_d0
  4. Hello everyone, Wanted to share my latest effort. It is called Black and White. It was filmed in Socorro. This is more of an educational and conservation artistic piece. Let me know what you think. Enjoy! Dustin Or Youtube
  5. It's taken rather too long, but I've just finished going through images from last year, taken aboard MV Sea Spirit in the Maldives. https://www.flickr.com/photos/timsdiving/sets/72157643891843663/
  6. I travelled out to the Maldives as a result of BSoUP's 2012 "Splash-in" competition, joining the MV Sea Spirit and its faithful dhoni to cruise the well-travelled but surprisingly interesting Thilas and channels of Ari Atoll. The boat looks small, until you realise that all the dive gear stays on the dhoni with the compressor and Nitrox. It's actually as comfortable as the much bigger and superficially more impressive boats that ply the Red Sea and Indonesian waters. There are still shoals of fish, sharks of all kinds (somewhat oppressed by crowds if they venture too close to the bigger resort islands), rays, turtles and pretty reefs, largely, I suspect, because of the intermittently fierce currents that squirt in and out of the atolls. For a routine trip, this was something of an eye-opener! More images: https://www.flickr.com/photos/timsdiving/sets/72157643891843663/
  7. NEW - Underwater Video Courses with Jeff Goodman in Cornwall. In addition to the courses held in the Red Sea, S.Africa and Maratua, Jeff has now teemed up with Atlantic Scuba near Falmouth. Explore the waters of Cornwall with your video camera. Some of the best of UK diving. Atlantic Scuba is based near Falmouth in Cornwall, with our dive boat moored at Mylor in the Fal Estuary. Specialising in diving around Falmouth Bay and the Manacles, the area is ideal as it is protected from the predominant south westerly winds. Wreck and reef diving are all on the agenda. UK marine wildlife at it's best. The wildlife around Falmouth is extremely varied. Falmouth Bay's unique position of having two different river estuaries feeding into the bay from two sides brings a lot of life into the area. There are 2 day weekend introduction courses and the 5 day full courses Full details, dates and costs are at http://www.jeffgoodman.co.uk/uwcornwall2.html
  8. RED SEA UNDERWATER WILDLIFE VIDEO & EDIT COURSES Award winning International Television Underwater Wildlife cameraman and Film maker Jeff Goodman hosts filming and editing workshops with Oonas Divers at the Red Sea Diving Safaris location of Marsa Shagra Still spaces left on the Nov/Dec course at Marsa Shagra. 5 day course during the period 28th Nov - 6th Dec. Unlimited house reef diving as well as day boat excursions to off shore reefs, Course fees are £250 for the 5 days in addition to all normal travel and holiday costs booked through OonasDivers. Learn how to get the best from your camera at the same time as having a great diving holiday You don't need expensive equipment to make exciting underwater films. Learn the skills of camera work, editing and story creation first. Share a camera with a friend if you like. The courses are very flexible and can be tailored to fit individual requirements from the absolute beginner to the semi pro. Contact me for advice jeffgoodman@supanet.com FULL COURSE DETAILS www.jeffgoodman.co.uk/redseacourses.html oonasdivingdetails2.pdf
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