And how do you exactly cope with yours?
Source: Tech Page One
|Tolala subdistrict is humid and sunny all day, despite the rainy day.|
|The rock hills surrounding the ocean of Gulf of Bone.|
|Does this show how crystal-clear enough the sea?|
|One of the Tolala private, white sandy beach. |
Katingting boat parks nearby while we do SIT in the beach.
|Another side of the rock hill on the beach.|
|In another dive, the visibility could be like this one above.|
|However, some group of fish are playfully swimming around.|
|A sea turtle is seen and captured this close. Somehow they don't move|
and looks like they realize we take their pictures. Super awesome!
|A cuttlefish serenely swims in the undersea of Tolala.|
|A stingray hides under the coral of Tolala.|
|A group of Scorpion fish pose next to a coral.|
|A soft coral is filled with hundreds of shrimp.|
|A ghost shrimp on a sea anemone.|
|Hi, clownfish my dear!|
|If you can see those vessels afar, that what I've been talking about.|
|"Oops! You got me..."|
|An octopus is captured in the moment. |
See, you can never guess what you'd see while diving in Tolala.
|Moray eel even says hellou to us!|
|A nudibranch chooses to stick to a coral there...|
|“Deutscher Fotobuchpreis 2012” at GFJA, Jakarta|