2012 - New Photos
Brand new images from Indonesia of the Ceramsea Explorer Cruise and Cenderawasih Bay. Snapshots from Germany and Strobist Workshop.
2013 - New Photos
Brand new images from Palau, Venice, across Germany and Drop Art - High-Speed photography turns water droplets into liquid sculptures.
2014 - New Photos
Brand new images for the critter hunt in the Lembeh strait. City trip to Kuala Lumpur. Special cruise an Amira Liveaboard from Maumere to Sorong
2015 - New Photos
Brand new images for the new destination Triton Bay in West-Papua. An evening in the Marine Bay in Singapore.
2016 - New Photos
Brand new images for the Floridas Crystal River Springs and a journey to Ambon. An evening at the Gardens by the Bay in Singapore.
High-Speed photography turns water droplets into liquid sculptures. The water droplet is the quintessential cliche of high-speed photography. Documenting the fluid poses of colliding drops of water.
Ecuador - Galapagos
The Evolutionary Melting Pot. The legendary Ecuador diving destination Galapagos is often considered by experienced divers to represent something of a pinnacle in their diving careers.
Fluorescence is around us all the time, but it is almost always invisible beneath the brightness of sunlight by day or the beam of your dive light at night. With the right equipment many corals and other organisms light up with unexpected and vivid colors.
The region in the heart of Germany offers a whole host of holiday options. There is something for everyone from culture, walking, cycling and wellness to family holidays, city breaks and outdoor adventures.
The Garden of Eden. Generally accepted to be the world's best country for diving, Indonesia has more marine diversity than anywhere on earth.
The city of Venice is simply stunning and completely unique. Highlights include the Basilica and Piazza San Marco, Palazzo Ducale, Grand Canal and Rialto Bridge.
From macro life to pelagics, wreck diving to walldiving, coral gardens teeming with a rich diversity of corals and fish, underwater caves with sleepy sharks and a cavern where turtles go to die the diversity will amazed.
Although the Maldives are known the world over for the stunning beaches and azure waters that typify the tropical idyll, its life beneath the water's surface is becoming ever more respected by divers in the know.
Diving in a cenote is an other-worldy experience. For millions of years, rainwater carved the porous stone, creating beautiful caves decorated with stalactites and stalagmites.The cenotes are filled with fresh water, so amazingly clear it feels like you are floating around in air.
Palau offers visiting divers the opportunity to experience the thrill of close proximity to reef sharks, the luxurious feeling of drifting in the ocean currents along walls saturated with colorful coral, or even the chance to float in a sea of jellyfish.
Panoramic views for all over the world in epirectangular, little planet, tunnel planet und spiral planet projections.
Nudibranch heaven. The area around Anilao is home to some of the most pristine reefs in the country and it is particularly popular with photographers and those seeking macro life.