Tiger Anemones, sometimes called Leopard Anemones (Nemanthus annamensis) on wire coral by Claudia Peyer
A native of Switzerland, Claudia Peyer, started diving in 1999. In 2005, on a trip to Komodo with her first underwater camera, she discovered her true passion, Underwater Photography. Claudia bought her first DSLR in 2009 and started taking pictures semi-professionally. Now, she never dives without camera! Because of their biodiversity and colorful reefs, all her favorite dive sites are Indonesia or Thailand. Beside “normal” underwater photography, Claudia specializes in “Reef Art”! To date she has had several successful exhibitions in Europe.
Researchers confirm mantas in Raja Ampat (Indonesia) are thriving unlike other regions of the So-Pacific. So if you want to see mantas...go to Raja! https://bit.ly/3VfbmAN
Announcing our Reef Guardian our newest BHS Partner. Read all about the great work they are doing for the people of Raja Ampat, Indonesia https://bit.ly/3TGULnL
Wondering where the heck is Fakfak? This is the first of a series of reports on the results of our survey of discovery. Lots to share! Follow the link...