Featured Photographer | Anita Verde
Based in Melbourne Australia and dive qualified only 2 years ago, Anita and Peter (Aka Neat and Pete) caught the underwater photography bug very quickly, investing in a camera and lighting set up soon after completing their PADI qualifications. Since then their stories and photographs have been published in diving magazines and they’ve visited some of the worlds best dive locations including Raja Ampat, Alor, Bunaken and Halmahera in Indonesia, the Maldives North and South Ari Atolls and Tiger Shark diving in Fiji’s famous Beqa Lagoon.Aquaholics and mountain addicts, when they’re not working as consultants in tourism marketing and destination planning they travel and produce content for their blog https://www.summitstoseas.com/ focusing on high altitude trekking and scuba diving. They have a passion for both macro and wide angle photography and favour Olympus cameras and Sea and Sea strobes.
Whip Coral Goby - Bryaninops yongei, Maldives, Baa Atoll
Reef scape at ‘Bama Wall’ Alor Archipelago, Indonesia
Clown anemone fish. Cape Kri, Raja Ampat West Papua Indonesia.
Numerous fish species, ‘Yenbuba Bay Jetty’, Kri Island Raja Ampat West Papua, Indonesia
Flat worm – orange variant of Pseudoceros sp. At ‘Sardines’ Raja Ampat West Papua, Indonesia
Harlequin Swimming Crab - Lissocarcinus laevis. ‘Red Sand’ Alor Archipelago, Indonesia
Diver at ‘Bajalang Jetty’ Alor Archipelago, Indonesia
Nudibranch - Chromodoris lochi Bunaken Marine Park, North Sulawesi, Indonesia
Juvenile Peacock flounder - Bothus mancus Raja Ampat, West Papua Indonesia
School of blue striped and red snapper. Cape Kri, Raja Ampat West Papua, Indonesia
Arthur’ the Giant Frog Fish - Antennarius commersoni. ‘Bajalang Jetty’ Alor Archipelago, Indonesia
Clown anemone fish. Gili Islands, Indonesia.