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If travel is the elixir of life, then a visit to Micronesia is truly a feast of exotic experiences and underwater adventures. From seeing a traditional village dance, taking a hike to a secluded lake or waterfall, or making a

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Sharks'n'Sky

Sharks'n'Sky

More sharks at Vertigo, Yap, Micronesia. Canon EOS 7D with Tokina FE 10-17m, Aquatica housing, 2 x Subtronic Pro160 strobes.
Photocomp July '13 - Open

Fear? Why!

Fear? Why!

Sharks at dive site named 'Vertigo'. Yap, Micronesia. Canon EOS 7D with Tokina FE 10-17mm, Aquatica housing, 2 x Subtronic Pro160 strobes.
Photocomp July '13 - Open

Sharky Waters

Sharky Waters

Diving Yap, Micronesia. Dive site Vertigo. The picture was taken after a perfect shark dive from the boat to try over-under shots. Canon EOS 7D with Tokina FE 10-17mm, Aquatica housing, 2 x Subtronic Pro160 strobes. Photocomp July '13 - Open

Mirrored Jellyfish

Mirrored Jellyfish

Golden Jellyfish. The photo was taken in Jellyfish Lake in Palau, Micronesia. Canon EOS 7D with Tokina FE 10-17mm, Aquatica housing, 2 x Subtronic Pro160 strobes.
Photocomp July '13 - Open

Soft coral

Soft coral

A soft coral looked just like flowers in Palau, Micronesia. Canon5d dual ys-d1.
Photocomp Febraury '13 - Open

Seafan

Seafan

A large fan. Palau, Micronesia. Canon 5D dual ysD-1.
Photocomp February '13 - Open

Trevally of Palau

Trevally of Palau

School of Trevally at Blue Corner, Palau, MIcronesia. Canon 5D 1/80 f16 15mm.
Photocomp October '12 - Open

Jelly in the Sun

Jelly in the Sun

Stingless jellyfish in the jellyfish lake, Palau, Micronesia with a Canon EOS 7D with the 10-22mm lens in an Ikelite housing with two DS-161 strobes.
Photocomp May '12 - Open

Yap Caverns

Yap Caverns

Yap Caverns, Yap Island, Micronesia, 10 mm, Nikon D7000, 1/400, f10, ISO 100.
Photocomp April '12 - Open

Hooked

Hooked

Vertigo, Yap Island, Micronesia, Nikon D7000, 17mm, ISO 100, 1/125, f7.1, 2 Ikelite DS 161, Aquatica AD7000.
Photocomp March '12 - Novice

Manta in Yap

Manta in Yap

Manta Ray at Yap Island, latter Mill Channel, Micronesia. Camera Nikon D7000, 1/125, f7.1, ISO 100, 10 mm, 2*DS 161; Aquatica AD 7000.

Fujikawa Bow

Fujikawa Bow

This is the bow of the wreck of the Fujikawa Maru in Truk lagoon, Chuuk, Micronesia. Image was taken using manual white balance, with a Canon Ixus 980 camera in a Canon Housing with an Inon Fisheye lens attached
Photocomp December '11 - Open

Hi there!

Hi there!

A Hawksbill Turtle at Palau, Micronesia. Canon S90, Canon Housing with 2 YS90 Sea&Sea Strobes, Fantasea Bigeye lens.
Photocomp April '11 - Open

Zero

Zero

Japanese fighter Zero laying in just 3 metres of water. Palau, Micronesia. Shot with D300s, Nauticam, Tokina 10-17, natural light.
Photocomp March '11 - Open

Living Fossil

Living Fossil

The Chambered Nautilus, shot in Palau, Micronesia with Nauticam housing, Nikon D300s and twin Inon Z240 strobes.
Photocomp March '11 - Open

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December 2003 saw me head to Guam and Palau for my first underwater experience. For many years now I have been trying to become qualified but things have always gone against me ...
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Yep, it is worthwhile traveling from Australia to Yap in Micronesia – or from anywhere else for that matter. Yap is a unique paradise in Micronesia - lush, tropical and with abundant life above and below the water.
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Travelling to Palau was not as easy as we would have liked as we couldn't get direct flights from Australia. Although this was a pretty long journey, it proved a very worthwhile one as diving Palau is just fantastic.
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