Our whole family is in deep mourning because of the bomb attacks in Boston. We symphatize with all the victims and their families. We cannot help but we are in our thoughts there. The sense of destruction in some human beings mind is unbelievable.
At the end of a nightdive we met this sepia. We assumed that this poor guy was irritated by our lamps…that was definitely an error. After a while this sepia drilled in a coral with full power and came back with a crab in her mouth… a weird scene. So guys, nothing is like it seems…
Today in the morning we encountered a blue-ringed octopus. This small animal is very, very toxic. The poison a blue-ring octopus can apply is more intensive than the poison of a Cobra. So fellows, pls do not touch!
As you have might seen…after years I added some new header pics. Three of them steeming from our Sudan turn, one photo was made of a blue shark at the Azores. The dark one was shot under the Umbria that is a well-known wreck near Port Sudan.
I am sure that you have recognized that there is a header pic with a Mandarin fish as well.
Reminder: All photos and videos that are used here were made by abDul and abu abDul. So we both own the copyright for this material. Any commercial use without permission is forbidden.
The assumption that animals are without rights and the illusion that our treatment of them has no moral significance is a positively outrageous example of Western crudity and barbarity. Universal compassion is the only guarantee of morality.
Fellows, at the moment abDul and I are diving in Sabang/Philippines. Tonight we filmed the very impressed ‘Mandarin’ fish that is very difficult to get recorded. Over 20 Minutes of spectacular footage was generated. After returning this ‘mandarin’ fish will be the first special I will show here. All in all it is amazing what we have seen within the last three days. A preview for more appetite is attached.
Although I saw not a tigershark, hammerhead or a longimanus I was impressed. Sea horses, Sea rabbit and lots of octopus enlightend me. It was a wonderful trip to Tamariu, Spain. Sea life was so vibrant so that I never expect this.