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Towering mountain peaks, lush, fertile valleys, golden beaches, sparkling coral islands and some of the best diving locations in the world. Papua New Guinea is a country of wild beauty, of breathtaking landscapes and fascinating flora and fauna.

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Goby Silhouette

Goby Silhouette

Whip Coral Goby at Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea. Canon 50D with 60mm lens in Hugyfot housing with dual Ikelite DS125s.
Photocomp March '12 - Open

Anemone Shrimp

Anemone Shrimp

This is an Anemone Shrimp taken with a Nikonas 5 with SB105 strobe and an extension tube with Ectachrome 100 slide film. New Britain, Papua New Guinea.
Photocomp August '11 - Open

Pygmy Sea horse

Pygmy Sea horse

A pygmy seahorse taken at Lisenung Island, Papua New Guinea.
Photocomp February '11 - Open

Ugly Beauty

Ugly Beauty

Rhinopias aphanes - Crinoid City, Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea. Nikon D70, 105mm Macro f16 1/200 Sec.
Photocomp September '10 - Open

Hawkfish

Hawkfish

A Long-nose Hawkfish on the watch at Kavieng, Papua New Guinea.
Photocomp August '10 - Open

Hermit Crab

Hermit Crab

A hermit crab at Kavieng, Papua New Guinea.
Photocomp May '10 - Open

Nudibranchs Mating

Nudibranchs Mating

Nudibranchs mating at Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea.
Photocomp May '10 - Open

Shrimp

Shrimp

Shrimp at Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea.
Photocomp May '10 - Open

Mantis Shrimp

Mantis Shrimp

Mantis Shrimp at Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea.
Photocomp May '10 - Open

Spearing Mantis Shrimp

Spearing Mantis Shrimp

Spearing Mantis Shrimp at Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea.
Photocomp May '10 - Open

Crinoid

Crinoid

Crinoid at Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea.
Photocomp May '10 - Open

 Pygmy Seahorse

Pygmy Seahorse

Pygmy Seahorse at Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea.
Photocomp April '10 - Open

Shrimp

Shrimp

Shrimp at Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea.
Photocomp April '10 - Open

Juvenile Sweetlip

Juvenile Sweetlip

Juvenile Sweetlip at Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea.
Photocomp April '10 - Open

Stonefish

Stonefish

Stonefish photographed at Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea.
Photocomp April '10 - Open

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Madang MadnessMadang Madness
How in god's name could "HE" have created such wonderful place and then kept it hidden away from all us mortals for so long? The crystal clear water, schools of big fish and warm tropical days all concealed from the world simply by a 12-hr flight back in time.
Diving Papua New Guinea - TufiDiving Papua New Guinea - Tufi
Papua New Guinea occupies half of the third largest island in the world and 160 other islands and 500 named cays...It is one of the few places left in the world where a diver can see macro critters, pelagics, and big stuff, as well as fantastic soft and hard corals.
Diving Papua New Guinea - Milne BayDiving Papua New Guinea - Milne Bay
It is one of the few places left in the world where a diver can see macro critters, pelagics, and big stuff, as well as fantastic soft and hard corals. The often misused and abused adjective “pristine” is actually appropriate here, due to low fishing pressure in the area in comparison to other areas of the Coral Triangle, no dynamite fishing, and thanks to a system implemented by dive resorts whereby local reef "owners" receiving a small fee for every diver that visits "their" reef. As a result elders make sure that the reefs are not fished.
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