In 2003, I dived on the Amoco Cadiz wreck in Brittany, France. At the time Facebook did not exist... My story had only been published in print, on the back page of the newspaper Ouest-France.
This is my last wonder underwater photographer: ships sunk in the Red Sea, colonized by coral and fish. Spectacular wreck dives in Egypt!
In Raja Ampat, we do not only find coral under water. There is also scrap of the Second World War. Fallen from the sky!
Ah! I like the Liberty wreck in Bali. I go back regularly dive, never tired. She is so beautiful...
I often go back to Bali while traveling in Indonesia. The island always brings me back to her. The more I go back, the more I love it.
I discovered the joys of fisheye, during this stay devoted to underwater photography in Hamata, Egypt. Magic of optics, which perfectly recreates the atmosphere of the seabed of the Red Sea.
Excellent choice, the Perhentian, for a gentle "return to fins". Shallow dives, generally without too much current. And...
Yes, I bring you (again) under the surface ... To finish with the wreck of the Liberty in Bali, I propose below a small series of underwater photos.
The Liberty is Bali's best-known (and most popular) wreck. It is located in Tulamben, near Amed, on the northeastern coast of the island.
The Liberty wreck in Tulamben (about 15 km west of Amed) is Bali's most popular dive site in Indonesia. I returned with happiness ... Here are new pictures (photos and video).
Here I am in Amed, all east of Bali. The coast is hemmed in by a series of cute coves of sand and black pebbles, where the bright colors of the junkungs, the small fishing boats with pendulums of the corner, line up.