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Hin Musang Nui 22-04-2012
Hin Musang Nui 22-04-2012
Hin Musang Nui 22-04-2012
Hin Musang Nui 22-04-2012
Hin Musang Nui 22-04-2012
Hin Musang Nui 22-04-2012
Hin Musang Nui 22-04-2012
Hin Musang Nui 22-04-2012
Hin Musang Nui 22-04-2012
Hin Musang Nui 22-04-2012
Hin Musang Nui 22-04-2012
Hin Musang Nui 22-04-2012
Koh See and Koh Yawabe
Koh See and Koh Yawabe
Koh See and Koh Yawabe
Koh See and Koh Yawabe
Koh See and Koh Yawabe
Koh See and Koh Yawabe
Koh See and Koh Yawabe
Koh See and Koh Yawabe
Koh See and Koh Yawabe
Koh See and Koh Yawabe
Koh See and Koh Yawabe
Koh See and Koh Yawabe
Koh See and Koh Yawabe
Koh See and Koh Yawabe
Koh See and Koh Yawabe
Koh See and Koh Yawabe
Phi Phi, 30/11/2011, Ao Nui
Phi Phi, 30/11/2011, Ao Nui
Phi Phi, 30/11/2011, Ao Nui
Phi Phi, 30/11/2011, Ao Nui
Phi Phi, 30/11/2011, Ao Nui
Phi Phi, 30/11/2011, Ao Nui
Phi Phi, 30/11/2011, Ao Nui
Phi Phi, 30/11/2011, Ao Nui
Phi Phi, 30/11/2011, Ao Nui
A beautiful day at Shark Point and Anemone Reef
Descending down at Shark Point
Lionel, Marit and Sophie
Sophie found a piece of an old mooring
Christmas tree worm
A beatiful place!
The result, mostly old fishing nets and ropes
Koh Yawasam 18.10.2011
Found a fishing line
Hair tie
Plate coral growing on a pipe
Found a pipe
Last day of Dive Against Debris week 29-09-2011
Saved the lives of two fish trapped in the cage
Didi
Aisha
Zoe
Julie
Marit
Leilah
One of 39 masks and snorkels we found at Chicken Island
A delicate job cutting the fishing net stuck on the coral
Debris dive next to Koh Poda 28.09.11
Fishing lure
Debris team!
A full salvage bag
Result = full rubbish bag + tire
Filling up the bags
Local islands, 27.09.11
Dive torch
Clothes
Malaysian coin
Outside Koh Yawa Bon
Rain..
Debris dive - Ao Nang Islands 07-09-2011
Rolling off the boat!
Cutting a fish net stuck on the corals
Found a fish cage, next time we'll bring the lifting bag to retrieve it.
Western clownfish
Two happy divers with a bike tyre
Removing a big fish cage from the reef
A camouflaged cuttlefish
Beach Clean Up Day in Khlong Phra-Song 26/08/2011
We were invited to the village of Khlong Phra-Song to help them clean their beach. First a briefing - what rubbish goes in which bag?
By using reusable lunch boxes we can hopefully reduce the amount of plastic in the ocean.
Proud beach cleaners!
Rubbish goes back to mainland to the recycling station.
The reality... hopefully not much longer!