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some pictures of Solomon Island trip

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Here I post some pictures I want to share. I wait you like it ¡¡¡¡¡

 

 

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Beautiful pics, thanks for sharing. I am heading to Solomons next year. Suggestions?

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Excellent photos, thanks for sharing! Where were you diving, especially for the cavern shot?

 

I lived in the Solomons (twice, actually) and have very fond memories of diving in the Western province, and the wrecks around Guadalcanal. Sadly I was not much of a photographer then, and was using a Sealife film camera that was more trouble than it was worth.

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I was in a live aboard in Bilikiki. I recomment it, is a good boat and the diving is wonderfull. The cavern shot is in the Marovo Logoon, I dont remenber exactly the dive site.

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Ah, the Marovo - my favorite part of the Solomons (and just about everyone else's too). They must have taken you to the so-called "skull island". Fascinating place. Did you do any topside photography there?

 

The Bilikiki is indeed a good boat. I was never able to do a trip on it, but was friends with the crew, and we had fun evenings aboard at the dock.

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Great pics! Especially the way you played with the sun rays.

What wide angel lens did you use?

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I use Nikon D7000 camera. In this shot I used Tokina 10-17 mm fisheye.

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