28 January – 24 February 2015
“It was absolutely wonderful repeating this trip with our Seven Seas Family” said Barbara.
A huge coral bommie at 24m depth, nicknamed 'The Super Bommie', was alive with shimmering glass fish, soft and hard coral and sponges. Majestic Manta Rays at cleaning stations, breathtaking top side shots around Padar Island and the Pink beach, stunning sunsets, Komodo Dragons and hatching clown fish eggs were but a few of the great photographic highlights.
Being their second time here, Russ and Barbara van Aardt had a good idea of what to expect, where to find it and what shots were required to compliment the previous years footage.
Do read this trip report written by our lovely friend Sonia Goggel which includes stunning imagery captured by our good friend David George.
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