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GIANT CLAM

Such beautiful colors. The mantles look like velvet.
THE STORM - Anilao 2

November 2nd 2017
ANILAO 2 THE STORM I settled into a routineā€¦eat, dive, relax, eat again. The diving was easy and there was so much to see. The weather was foul; heavy winds and heavy rain. It just got worse and worse, but we are divers, right? It makes little difference underwater. So we got up, ate breakfast and went to the boat. Surface intervals were very cold. I was hungry for the sun. Then one of the s ... read more
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3rd May 2019

Amazing Photo
Amazing photo. Thanks for sharing. Ilove it.
2nd June 2019

THE STORM
Thanks for following me. It is fun to look back and read a previous blog. That was one heck of a storm. I love giant clams. They are amazing. And it is always a thrill to see a teeny tiny sea horse. Incredible. Photography is good in Anilao. (my second trip. The first was right after I flooded my camera in Romblon Island, Philippines. I sure missed it)
2nd June 2019

THE STORM
Thanks for following me. It is fun to look back and read a previous blog. That was one heck of a storm. I love giant clams. They are amazing. And it is always a thrill to see a teeny tiny sea horse. Incredible. Photography is good in Anilao. (my second trip. The first was right after I flooded my camera in Romblon Island, Philippines. I sure missed it)

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