Friday, June 7, 2013

Southern Expedition dive photos and stories by Debby Ng

Thanks to Debby Ng of the Hantu Bloggers for awesome dive photos and dive stories at the Southern Expedition!
Photo by Debby Ng.
In her post Surveying the Deep Debby shares: "Apart from getting to dive in areas that leisure divers do not frequent, it was a real eyeopener to be diving with a diverse group of scientists from around the world who have such varied interests and expertise!"


In her post Cryptic Critters on Whips, Crinoids, and in the Dirt, Debby explains: "Not only are we on an expedition, we’re on an expedition in really turbid waters. Losing your buddy is a given. But you won’t be able to do any work at all if you lose your equipment. So the less things you have to focus on getting a grip on, the better. In an attempt to keep his hands free (and look like a Gearhead) Dr Tan Heok Hui, who’s a fish biologist with the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity and Research, dons his helmet fitted with light and camera for our first dive at Pulau Hantu!"
Photo by Debby Ng.
In her post A Macro Look at Macro Life Debby shares: "Rather than lamenting the limited underwater visibility, take advantage of it! Our city reefs may not seem like much at first, but it is evidently a prized habitat for many species of nudibranchs"
Photo by Debby Ng.

Debby also uploaded lots of awesome photos that give us a glimpse of the marine life that can be seen diving Singapore's waters! Thank you Debby!

Pulau Jong and Kusu Island


Terumbu Pempang Tengah and Terumbu Raya


Pulau Hantu and Kusu Island


Kusu Island and Pulau Hantu


Pulau Tekukor and Big Sisters Island


Pulau Hantu and Pulau Tekukor


Pulau Semakau and Lazarus Island






2 comments:

  1. these pics are just fascinating .. where in singapore they have been taken ?

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  2. Amazing videos.
    Thank you so much for sharing.

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