Jade surfaces from our dive in Moalboal, just as the sun has set.
As the sun starts to set, these Clownfish continue to defend their balled-up anemone home.
Fantastic colours in evidence here with the highlight being the pale green Bubble Coral
A Snake Eel's face protrudes from the sand, displaying its magnificent, golden eye.
I love this guy! Found in the muck off Dumaguete.
A remora clings onto the a Green Turtle's white belly.
Did you know that the biggest Clownfish is always the dominant female?
As the sun sets, some marine creatures go to rest whilst others prepare to hunt.
Jade poses beautifully. Soon after I realised she was pointing at a rock I was about to crash into.
A Red Frogfish, master of disguise, peaks out from the gloom.
I think this Warty Frogfish has a rather distinguished look.
Jade comes face to face with a Giant Frogfish.
Sardines curve around Jade as she gets close.
My future father-in-law drops in on the huge sardine shoal in Moalboal.
This Swimming Anemone was a unique find on our night dive in Cabilao.
This large helmet snail comes out to feed at night.
This octopus is hunting on the reefs surrounding Apo Island.
With a transparent body, feel free to ogle at this shrimp's insides!
This mantis shrimp's eyeballs work independently, assuring a sharp lookout.
Diver ascends towards the sun after a great dive in Cabilao.