Koh Lipe: underwater photos

  Thailand: Islands - February 2009

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I do not have much time left since I came back ... I'm just beginning to sort my photos from Thailand. And I can not believe I managed to bring back so many images, despite the vagaries of my camera. Here, to begin, my underwater photos of Koh Lipe.

By clicking on the image below, you will arrive in another window on my site Diving in South East Asia. I gather my underwater photos since 2005, when I bought the box for my little compact.


I am in the process of completely overhauling the site. Some galleries are empty, others are still stuffed with images not always well chosen. When I started, I was less exercised and I was less severe in my selections ...

But I'm trying to update it all by little. In one to two weeks, you should be able to browse galleries of better quality.

  Thailand: Islands - February 2009

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  1. I did a little tour on your site (just to take a break because I'm at work) ... superb! I particularly love the small "plump" nudibranchs and the young yellow trunk fish at weight.
    Thank you !

  2. @Denis: Thank you Denis! Your appreciation goes straight to my heart. And know that the friends of the nudibranchs are my friends. (Yep, finally a boy who loves nudists!)

    @ Malene: Chic, another nudist fan! The good thing about nudibranchs is that they are photogenic and do not move too much (unlike those damn box-fishes, all cute too, but not cooperative at all). I am very happy to offer you a colorful parenthesis at work ...

    @ Marie-net: Ah, this frog-fish, I stayed a long time in the hatching of amorous glances ... I did not slip my fingers in the alcove of the reef to check if these shrimp were in the mood to make me a manicure. But in general, where shrimp is concentrated, there is a cleaning station.

  3. Hello,
    Thank you for all these beautiful pictures. I leave in 13 days in Koh Tao to work, and thanks to you, I could see lots of photos.

    Good continuation


  4. Hello Manu, I wish you a good installation in Koh Tao.

    My first underwater photos, that's where I made them. See here:
    »2005 - Koh Tao - Thailand

    I see you have taken on your own blog three of my photos of Koh Tao. I have nothing against it, but the least is to indicate the source of the images, quoting the name of the author and linking to the site where they came from, in this case , here, my other website "Southeast Asian Notebook": http://southeastasia.fr. Thank you to add it in your posts!


    ADD: Ay, I know where you got them, these pictures, on Voyageforum.com. They are published on my site originally, except that they are not mine, but a friend, Grégory Batardon. I will tag them properly.

  5. Your photos are each time more beautiful. It keeps me going until the holidays. Still 16 days, 18h and 27mn.

  6. and say that you did not always have your device! only beautiful photos, I particularly like your nudibranch in photo N ° 6 and also the magnificent porcelain ❗
    I told you about a special nudibranch album and that's it I just put on my site, in the subject topic fetish, 93 photos to illustrate 60 nudi
    so if the heart tells you to go see

  7. @Phylos: Thank you! Come on, it's getting closer, you're almost there ... I wish you a good holiday ahead of time!

    @Laurence: No, it was not "my" device, but since it was exactly the same model, I was not too lost in my settings. But I did few photos sub in Koh Lipe, since we were two to share the camera, and I spent most of my dives Rescue ... Well, I go see your nudists!

  8. Hi Corinne,
    beautiful your photos! in particular sea slugs, I love it! Moreover if you go on my blog you will see some specimens that I photographed these days.
    Bref, ça me donne un bel avant gôut… plus que 2 mois 😛

    By the way, a little technical question for Malaysia: is it possible to take airline tickets with airasia just 1 or 2 days in advance or do you have to do it earlier? (I want to speak to travel inside the country, we will be there just for 2 weeks, I would like to avoid wasting too much time by bus or train ... KL, Perhentians, Tioman, ...)

    Thank you for your advice!

    A bientôt ! 😉

  9. @Anthony: I just go for a ride on your blog ... will have to found a fan club for the nudists!

    For Air Asia, you can of course take it at the very last moment, but it loses some of its interest, because the price of the tickets will be much higher (the principle, it is more you buy early, less it ' is expensive) and it is not sure that you have availability on the plane that interests you. Good preparations!

  10. Thank you for this detail ... we will manage to make an itinerary before leaving and take the tickets in advance!

    Bonne idée ce fan club ! Entre la Méditerranée et l’Asie… y’a de quoi faire ! 😀