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A drone over Raja Ampat (Indonesia), it gives stunning images! Small video in the south of Misool island, in the middle of the cliffs which plunge in the turquoise water...
"Lagoon tour in Misool
At the beginning of November 2015, I was (again) in Indonesia. 😎 I boarded the WaowA magnificent three-masted ship dedicated to scuba diving, for a cruise from Ambon (Central Moluccas) to Sorong (West Papua). All my articles about this trip can be found at the end of the link below :
Updated February 2018. The Waow, this magnificent cruise-diving boat that used to sail the waters of the Indonesian archipelago, and on board of which I had the chance to embark in 2015, does not exist anymore... 😢 It unfortunately burned and sank, in the bay of Cenderawasih, in Indonesia, in the night of January 31 to February 1, 2018. I refer you to the message published on their Facebook page and on their site.
Steffan Kilby, the videographer of the WaowHe doesn't just make movies underwater. He also has a drone. The device that makes a noise of a big insect... 😄 Steffan offered us stunning images of the southern islets of Misool... Seen from the sky, this typical landscape of the archipelago of Raja Ampat is even more spectacular!
With his permission, I have taken some excerpts, to edit a short video with my own images made at the water's edge. So here is a little glimpse of our walk, named "lagoon tour", just before sunset, in the middle of this labyrinth of karst cliffs covered with virgin forest, plunging into the jade water...
We only stayed two days in Misool and I must admit that it is not enough. Above the water as well as under the water, the place is sumptuous.
For a glimpse of the dives and the incredible profusion of coral and underwater life, I invite you to go and see the photos and video in the article below... So much beauty, it's to cry with happiness in your diving mask!