Fiji

Two weeks dive safari on the boat NAI'A cruising around the islands of Fiji. The reefs around the main island Viti Levu are very fine. Wonderful reefs with many colourful hard and soft corals. We even saw humpback whales but they were not interested in diving with us. Have also a look at the pictures I shot above water. First we booked a ten day humpback whale safari in Tonga on this boat and planned the whole trip around it. But then the NA'A did not get a permission for 2010 from the government of Tonga. Instead they offered a two week explorer tour around the Lau group in the east of Fiji. Last year Humpback whale sightings were reported there. Not so long time ago there were a lot of humpback whales around Fiji. But then they got hunted and either extinct or moved to Tonga where they didn't get killed. In January 2010 a strong cyclone crossed the Lau group and destroyed a lot of reefs. We've seen the rubble. Other reefs are almost dead due to coral bleaching and covered with algae. There are also not many fish around Lau. The more distant from the main island, the more Korean and Japanese ships are fishing illegally there. (133 Images)

Coral ReefImage 1/133 Coral Reef: A wonderful coral reef with lot of hard and soft corals and deep blue water in the background. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 12-24mm, Yellow Mellow, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 AnthiasImage 2/133 Anthias: A lot of pink anthias in a soft coral and with Sandra in the background — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 12-24mm, Yellow Mellow, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 Soft CoralImage 3/133 Soft Coral: Anthias hiding in a soft coral. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 12-24mm, Yellow Mellow, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 ScorpionfishImage 4/133 Scorpionfish: A small white scorpionfish. The wide angle lens was not the right choice to take a good picture. Wowever, it's not that bad. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 12-24mm, Yellow Mellow, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 Feather SeastarImage 5/133 Feather Seastar: A feather seastar sitting on a coral. During the day they are usually curled up and at night they're open and sometimes swimming through the water. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 12-24mm, Yellow Mellow, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 CavernImage 6/133 Cavern: A small cavern with openings in the ceiling and all covered with corals. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 12-24mm, Yellow Mellow, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010
Many Colorful FishImage 7/133 Many Colorful Fish: A lot of small and colorful fish are swimming above the coral reef. If one holds the breath and stays quietly on position, they come slowly out. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 12-24mm, Yellow Mellow, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 GorgonyImage 8/133 Gorgony: A pretty red gorgony in blue water. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 12-24mm, Yellow Mellow, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 Gorgony with SandraImage 9/133 Gorgony with Sandra: The same gorgony as from the previous picture but with dive buddy Sandra. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 12-24mm, Yellow Mellow, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 Coral with FishImage 10/133 Coral with Fish: A lot of small colorful fish are swimming above this coral. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 12-24mm, Yellow Mellow, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 Clarks AnemonefishImage 11/133 Clarks Anemonefish: A Clarks Anemonenfish above its anemone, photographed from bottom up with the water surface in the background. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 12-24mm, Yellow Mellow, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 GorgonyImage 12/133 Gorgony: Feather seastars are sitting on this red gorgony which is located in a cavern. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 10.5mm, Howard's Dinner, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010
Cavern with SoftcoralsImage 13/133 Cavern with Softcorals: Softcorals are dwelling in this cavern. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 10.5mm, Howard's Dinner, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 LionfishImage 14/133 Lionfish: I shot this photo with a fisheye lens and had to get very close to this lionfish so that its feathers almost touched the dome port. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 10.5mm, Howard's Dinner, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 Corals with Sea GoldiesImage 15/133 Corals with Sea Goldies: A lot of sea goldies were hiding in the branches of this coral. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 10.5mm, Howard's Dinner, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 Yellow SoftcoralImage 16/133 Yellow Softcoral: A yellow softcoral with the sun in the background. Here two strobes would have been better to get a more threedimensional look. With just one strobe it looks flat. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 10.5mm, Howard's Dinner, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 Feather SeastarImage 17/133 Feather Seastar: A feather seastar with the sun and a diver in the background. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 10.5mm, Howard's Dinner, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 HardcoralImage 18/133 Hardcoral: A hardcoral with the sun in the background. I should have waited longer before taking this picture. There are still my bubbles visible on the top. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 10.5mm, Howard's Dinner, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010
ReeftopImage 19/133 Reeftop: The top of this reef almost touches the water surface. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 10.5mm, Howard's Dinner, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 GorgoniesImage 20/133 Gorgonies: Red gorgonies with lots of orange anthias. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 10.5mm, Coral Garden, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 Corals with DiversImage 21/133 Corals with Divers: Hard and soft corals with damselfish in the foreground and divers in the background. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 10.5mm, Coral Garden, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 Soft CoralsImage 22/133 Soft Corals: A lot of sea goldies are swimming around this coral block with soft corals. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 10.5mm, Coral Garden, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 Feather SeastarsImage 23/133 Feather Seastars: Feather seastars with sea goldies and the sun in the background. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 10.5mm, Two Thumbs Up, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 GorgoniesImage 24/133 Gorgonies: Very beautiful gorgonies with lots of colourful small fish. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 10.5mm, Two Thumbs Up, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010
GorgoniesImage 25/133 Gorgonies: Very beautiful gorgonies with lots of colourful small fish. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S DX 10.5mm, Two Thumbs Up, Vatu-I-Ra, Fiji, August 2010 Coral HindImage 26/133 Coral Hind: A beautiful red coral hind with blue dots. Usually they are shy and don't like being photographed. — Nikon D200, Tetons 1, Fiji, August 2010 NudibranchImage 27/133 Nudibranch: This type of nudibranch is very common around Fij and about 2cm in size. This one here probably got bitten by a fish. — Nikon D200, Tetons 1, Fiji, August 2010 Longnose HawkfishImage 28/133 Longnose Hawkfish: A longnose hawkfish is sitting on coral twigs. — Nikon D200, Tetons 1, Fiji, August 2010 Phyllidia varicosaImage 29/133 Phyllidia varicosa: A sea slug (Phyllidia varicosa) — Nikon D200, Tetons 1, Fiji, August 2010 FlabellinaImage 30/133 Flabellina: A nudibranch of the species Flabellina. Don't know the exact name — Nikon D200, Tetons 1, Fiji, August 2010
BarracudasImage 31/133 Barracudas: A swarm of barracudas with some surgeon fish hiding in it. — Nikon D200, Namena NST, Fiji, August 2010 BarracudasImage 32/133 Barracudas: A swarm of barracudas with some surgeon fish hiding in it and the sun in the background. — Nikon D200, Namena NST, Fiji, August 2010 Fish FactoryImage 33/133 Fish Factory: This dive site was called fish factory . A more suitable name would be the fish have gon e to factory because there were almost no fish here. The current was very strong here. It was like riding on a train and looking out the window. — Nikon D200, Fish Factory, Fiji, August 2010 CoralsImage 34/133 Corals: The current on this dive site was so strong that I hardly could point my camera on this coral. It almost blew the mask off the face. — Nikon D200, Fish Factory, Fiji, August 2010 Bluespotted StingrayImage 35/133 Bluespotted Stingray: Where is the bluespotted stingray? It was hiding under a table coral and being photographed by this diver. I had no chance to get there. The current was too strong. — Nikon D200, Fish Factory, Fiji, August 2010 Coral BlockImage 36/133 Coral Block: I didn't have much time for taking pictures on this dive site because the current was that strong. After all, this site wasn't very special either. Despite the strong current there were very few fish. — Nikon D200, Fish Factory, Fiji, August 2010
Underwater LandscapeImage 37/133 Underwater Landscape: And some more underwater landscape with corals and little fish. — Nikon D200, Fish Factory, Fiji, August 2010 GorgonyImage 38/133 Gorgony: Yeah, a gorgony at the texas reef . After the dive I knew why it was called with that name. It looked like the desert in texas. Probably in texas there were more fish. The reef was pretty damaged, mostly due to the cyclone in january 2010 and probably overfishing. — Nikon D200, Texas Reef, Fiji, August 2010 SandraImage 39/133 Sandra: My dive buddy girlfriend wife Sandra ... there wasn├Ąt much more to photograph on this site. There were as many fish as in texas. Probably I should have photographed the dead reef for documentation but I forgot it. — Nikon D200, Texas Reef, Fiji, August 2010 Clarks AnemonenfischImage 40/133 Clarks Anemonenfisch: A photo of clarks anemone fish (Amphiprion clarkii) — Nikon D200, Radi Island Harbour, Fiji, August 2010 Pufferfish with LouseImage 41/133 Pufferfish with Louse: A sleeping black-spotted pufferfish ( Ein schlafender schwarz gepunkteter Kugelfisch (Arothron nigropunctatus) which had a parasite louse behind one eye. — Nikon D200, Radi Island Harbour, Fiji, August 2010 Baby CuttlefishImage 42/133 Baby Cuttlefish: Unfortunately there were that many transparent worms during this night dive which were attracted by my pilot lamp and swimming around the field of view and ruined asmost every picture. Here's a baby cuttle fish trying to hide in the sand ... and a lot of nasty worms. — Nikon D200, Radi Island Harbour, Fiji, August 2010
FlatwormImage 43/133 Flatworm: A swimming flatworm with a lot of transprarent other worms swimming always in the light beam of my camera. — Nikon D200, Radi Island Harbour, Fiji, August 2010 SnailImage 44/133 Snail: A snail is looking at me underneath its shell. — Nikon D200, Radi Island Harbour, Fiji, August 2010 CrayfishImage 45/133 Crayfish: A big crayfish is trying to hide underneath a coral block. — Nikon D200, Radi Island Harbour, Fiji, August 2010 Small CrocodilefishImage 46/133 Small Crocodilefish: Portrait of a small crocodile fish. — Nikon D200, Radi Island Harbour, Fiji, 11. August 2010 Smal CrocodilefishImage 47/133 Smal Crocodilefish: Another portrait of the same small crocodile fish. Unfortunately one of these nasty transparent worms was dancing on its head and I didn't see it only later on the computer screen. That's why one should take always more than one picture of the same target. — Nikon D200, Radi Island Harbour, Fiji, August 2010 ScorpionfishImage 48/133 Scorpionfish: A small scorpionfish — Nikon D200, Radi Island Harbour, Fiji, August 2010
Kauri SnailImage 49/133 Kauri Snail: The kauri snails look alive much better than dead in souvenir shops. Eine Kaurischnecke. Horrible this tourist merchandise with animals. — Nikon D200, Radi Island Harbour, Fiji, August 2010 CrabImage 50/133 Crab: A big crab sitting on a coral. — Nikon D200, Radi Island Harbour, Fiji, August 2010 Coral FishImage 51/133 Coral Fish: Little fish in a coral — Nikon D200, Yanuca Island, Fiji, August 2010 ShrimpsImage 52/133 Shrimps: Two shrimps in an anemone. — Nikon D200, Yanuca Island, Fiji, August 2010 ShrimpImage 53/133 Shrimp: A shrimp in an anemone. The second one disappeared oout of the frame. — Nikon D200, Yanuca Island, Fiji, August 2010 ShellImage 54/133 Shell: The exhaust hole of a big shell — Nikon D200, Yanuca Island, Fiji, August 2010
HeartImage 55/133 Heart: A heart shaped red hard coral. — Nikon D200, Yanuca Island, Fiji, August 2010 FishImage 56/133 Fish: A pretty fish dancing around. Probably a juvenile. — Nikon D200, Yanuca Island, Fiji, August 2010 ShrimpImage 57/133 Shrimp: A transparent shrimp on a anemone. One can also see the eggs inside the body. — Nikon D200, Nikkor Micro 60mm, Yanuca Island, Fiji, August 2010 Orange spotted filefishImage 58/133 Orange spotted filefish: This orange spotted filefish (Oxymonacanthus longirostris) is taking a nap in a coral. — Nikon D200, Nikkor Micro 60mm, Yanuca Island, Fiji, August 2010 ScorpionfishImage 59/133 Scorpionfish: A small scorpionfish. Unfortunately one cannot see the lightning like reflex in its eye. — Nikon D200, Nikkor Micro 60mm, Yanuca Island, Fiji, August 2010 OctopusImage 60/133 Octopus: The eye of a small octopus looking at me. — Nikon D200, Nikkor Micro 60mm, Yanuca Island, Fiji, August 2010
Hermit CrabImage 61/133 Hermit Crab: During night dives one can see hermit crabs walking around — Nikon D200, Nikkor Micro 60mm, Yanuca Island, Fiji, August 2010 Sea UrchinImage 62/133 Sea Urchin: A sea urchin (probably Heterocentrotus mammillatus) — Nikon D200, Nikkor Micro 60mm, Yanuca Island, Fiji, August 2010 FlatwormImage 63/133 Flatworm: A flatworm swimming in water. — Nikon D200, Nikkor Micro 60mm, Yanuca Island, Fiji, August 2010 Sea StarImage 64/133 Sea Star: Sea stars have a remarkable regenaration capability. This one has lost two arms which grow back. If you cut off an arm of a sea star, then also a sea star grows back from one arm. — Nikon D200, Matua Leva, Fiji, August 2010 Christmas Tree WormImage 65/133 Christmas Tree Worm: A christmas tree worm with blue gills living in a stone coral. — Nikon D200, Matua Leva, Fiji, August 2010 Christmas Tree WormsImage 66/133 Christmas Tree Worms: Christmas tree worms with yellow and white gills living in a stone coral. — Nikon D200, Matua Leva, Fiji, August 2010
Anemone FishImage 67/133 Anemone Fish: This anemone is guarded by an anemone fish. — Nikon D200, Matua Leva, Fiji, August 2010 Whitetip ReefsharkImage 68/133 Whitetip Reefshark: Unfortunately this picture of a whitetip reefshark was totally underexposed because the camera settings were on macro. Converted it to black/white because it looks better than blue/cyan. — Nikon D200, Windseye Passage, Fiji, August 2010 Butterfly FishImage 69/133 Butterfly Fish: A group of butterfly fish passing by. — Nikon D200, Trigger Rock, Fiji, August 2010 Fish SwarmImage 70/133 Fish Swarm: A swarm of fusilier fish — Nikon D200, Trigger Rock, Fiji, August 2010 Emperor AngelfishImage 71/133 Emperor Angelfish: An emperor angelfish (Pomacanthus imperator) — Nikon D200, Trigger Rock, Fiji, August 2010 Whitetip Reef SharkImage 72/133 Whitetip Reef Shark: A whitetip reef shark (Triaenodon obesus) was lying on a rock prominence taking a nap. Athough I got closer very slowly I roused it. — Nikon D200, Trigger Rock, Fiji, August 2010
Rubble FieldImage 73/133 Rubble Field: Thats all what the cyclone Thomas left from this reef when it passed in March 2010. A sad view. — Nikon D200, Trigger Rock, Fiji, August 2010 Destroyed ReefImage 74/133 Destroyed Reef: Thats all what the cyclone Thomas left from this reef when it passed in March 2010. A sad view. — Nikon D200, Trigger Rock, Fiji, August 2010 Image 75/133 : Image 76/133 : Image 77/133 : Image 78/133 :
Image 79/133 : SandraImage 80/133 Sandra: Sandra with glory. — Nikon D200, Nikkor Micro 60mm, Walagilala, Fiji, August 2010 GorgonyImage 81/133 Gorgony: A gorgony with the sun. And here again with Sandra. — Nikon D200, Namena NST, Fiji, 16. August 2010 Sandra with GloryImage 82/133 Sandra with Glory: My dive buddy and wife Sandra is diving behind a black coral. The sun is forming a glory around her head. — Nikon D200, Namena NST, Fiji, August 2010 Sun above ArchImage 83/133 Sun above Arch: The sun is shining above an arch connecting two coral blocks. In the foreground is a softcoral. — Nikon D200, Namena NST, Fiji, August 2010 Sandra in CurrentImage 84/133 Sandra in Current: There was a strong current on this dive site. Sandra is holding on a piece of dead coral and the bubbles are blowing in the wind. — Nikon D200, Namena NST, Fiji, August 2010
Swarm JackfishImage 85/133 Swarm Jackfish: A swarm of jackfish (mackerels) passing by. In the background a diver. — Nikon D200, Namena NST, Fiji, August 2010 BarracudasImage 86/133 Barracudas: A swarm of barracudas swimming in the front of the sun. — Nikon D200, Namena NST, Fiji, August 2010 DivebreakImage 87/133 Divebreak: What is the best one can do when there is current? Yes. Sit down, hold on tight, stay calm and watch the fish coming to you. This saves a lot of air and one sees much more. My wife took this advice literally and is sitting there like a steam locomotive. — Nikon D200, Namena NST, Fiji, August 2010 Cleaning ShrimpImage 88/133 Cleaning Shrimp: My cleaning shrimp is sitting on the sand and enjoying the fish which are getting very close. What most dive beginners don't know: You can't swim after fish. They come to you when you are staying quietly on the same position. — Nikon D200, Namena NST, Fiji, August 2010 BarracudasImage 89/133 Barracudas: A swarm of barracudas passing by. Some of them are overexposed. It is difficult to set the correct amount of flash for these silver fish. It's usually a lucky guess because one usually has just one chance. After the first shot the formation usually breaks up. — Nikon D200, Namena NST, Fiji, August 2010 Fish SwarmImage 90/133 Fish Swarm: A big swarm of fish is passing by. I think it were jackfish. — Nikon D200, Namena NST, Fiji, August 2010
Sharpnose Toby PufferfishImage 91/133 Sharpnose Toby Pufferfish: A very small (ca. 1-2 cm) black saddled Toby or sharpnose pufferfish (Canthigaster valentini) hiding in a feather seastar. This species is toxic and is being mimicked by a non-toxic blacksaddle filefish (Paraluteres prionurus). — Nikon D200, Mushrooms, Fiji, August 2010 HawkfishImage 92/133 Hawkfish: A hawkfish sitting on a piece of coral. — Nikon D200, Mushrooms, Fiji, August 2010 BlennyImage 93/133 Blenny: A small blenny sitting on the ground. — Nikon D200, Mushrooms, Fiji, August 2010 Brittle StarImage 94/133 Brittle Star: A brittle star is winding its arms around the twigs of a coral. — Nikon D200, Mushrooms, Fiji, August 2010 Longnose HawkfishImage 95/133 Longnose Hawkfish: A longnose hawkfish is sitting in that gorgony. Unfortunately it disappeared right after this picture so I couldn't adjust the angle that the white coral on the bottom left corner was not visible. — Nikon D200, Mushrooms, Fiji, August 2010 ScorpionfishImage 96/133 Scorpionfish: A scorpionfish is sitting well carmouflaged on the ground. As the name suggests, they sting if you touch them accidentally. Better keep distance and not touch anything. — Nikon D200, Mushrooms, Fiji, August 2010
BlennyImage 97/133 Blenny: This curious blenny is looking out of its home hole. — Nikon D200, Mushrooms, Fiji, August 2010 JackfishImage 98/133 Jackfish: A portrait of a jackfish. — Nikon D200, Mushrooms, Fiji, August 2010 GrouperImage 99/133 Grouper: A big grouper which got disturbed by the divers in its cleaning station. The many sharks around seemed not to bother it. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S 12-24mm, Nigali Passage, Fiji, August 2010 Grey Reef SharkImage 100/133 Grey Reef Shark: A grey reef shark (Carcharhinus amblyrhyncos) was swimming right in front of the sun when I took this picture. Unfortunately it wasn't very close so that the colour saturation would have been better. I had to adjust saturation, colour balance and contrast in this picture. See here. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S 12-24mm, Nigali Passage, Fiji, August 2010 Grey Reef SharksImage 101/133 Grey Reef Sharks: These two grey reef sharks seemed not to have any interest in the divers below them. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S 12-24mm, Nigali Passage, Fiji, August 2010 Grey Reef SharkImage 102/133 Grey Reef Shark: A female grey reef shark. Unfortunately it was too far away for a good exposed picture and appears cyan instead of grey. Even with 24mm focal lenght at APS size chip the sharks have to get very close to fill the frame. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S 12-24mm, Nigali Passage, Fiji, August 2010
Fish SwarmImage 103/133 Fish Swarm: This big fish swarm stood in the current and was compact. I tried to get closer with the current wile breathing as little as possible. But the formation broke up before I was close enough. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S 12-24mm, Nigali Passage, Fiji, August 2010 Fish SwarmImage 104/133 Fish Swarm: A big swarm of fish standing in the current. Unfortunately the water was not very clear. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S 12-24mm, Nigali Passage, Fiji, August 2010 Salad coralImage 105/133 Salad coral: The huge salad coral at the entry of the channel at Nigali passage. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S 12-24mm, Nigali Passage, Fiji, August 2010 Salad coral with surgeon fishImage 106/133 Salad coral with surgeon fish: A swarm of surgeon fish is passing by on the salad coral at the entry of Nigali passage. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S 12-24mm, Nigali Passage, Fiji, August 2010 Salad coral with SunImage 107/133 Salad coral with Sun: At first glance, salad corals look like they are soft, but they hare hard corals with embedded green algae. This is one of my favourite pictures. I had to hold myself on a rock, otherwise the current would have pushed me towards the corals. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S 12-24mm, Nigali Passage, Fiji, August 2010 GorgonyImage 108/133 Gorgony: A beautiful gorgony at the entry of Nigali passage. I shot it downwards up with the water surface in the background. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S 12-24mm, Nigali Passage, Fiji, August 2010
GorgonyImage 109/133 Gorgony: A beautiful gorgony at the entry of Nigali passage with the water surface in the background. — Nikon D200, Nikkor AF-S 12-24mm, Nigali Passage, Fiji, August 2010 Humpback whaleImage 110/133 Humpback whale: A humpback whale is diving in front of us while we were snorkeling. Unfortunately it is only an unsharp snapshot. It didn't have interest in us. I found this whale as a black blinking dot on the horizon while I was on the ship's deck. This was the first whale I have found. — Nikon D200, Nikkor DX 10.5mm, Fiji, August 2010 Humpback whaleImage 111/133 Humpback whale: The world is upside down on this humpback whale picture. It was a snapshot that came this way out of the camera. It looked funny so I left it this way. — Nikon D200, Nikkor DX 10.5mm, Fiji, August 2010 Image 112/133 : Image 113/133 : Image 114/133 :
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GPS TrackImage 133/133 GPS Track: I tracked the entire tour with a GPS device.