Win an epic 3N4D liveaboard in komodo and do some epic diving with Fred’s big 5.
The winner will be able to join a trip in a shared cabin on our liveaboard (worth $720). Trip dates are coming up soon and you can choose the date for yourself.
To participate just follow these simple steps:
1. Like this photo
2. Follow me on Facebook and Instagram
3. Tag 3 certified divers
Multiple entries are possible if you tag 3 different certified divers.
This contest is not sponsored, endorsed or associated with Facebook or Instagram.
This contest is only open to certified divers - Evidence of being a certified diver will be required.
Komodo National Park fees not included.
The lucky winner will be selected at random on 25th of may from everyone who has participated on Facebook and Instagram and published on our Facebook and Instagram pages.
Who watched Narcos? Did you know that this drug plane belonged to Pablo Escobar himself! It almost in perfect shape and really shallow, so it’s perfect for anybody who loves snorkeling! Credits to @luxuryyachtfilms 👉🏻 Follow @the.underwaterworld for more!
More than 10 years ago I had the dream of one day scuba diving and filming in the lakes I grew up fishing and snorkelling in. I’m beyond excited to get my dive certification at the end of the month with @torpedorays in Nova Scotia. 🤿 I hope you’ll follow me on this journey to create inspiring content beneath the surface of our freshwater ecosystems. I want the world to see what I saw as a kid. I can’t wait to show it to you. 🎬💧
SO grateful that i had the opportunity to go diving with WHALE SHARKS! The whale shark is the largest fish in the world and the largest fish known to have lived on this planet. Currently, they are listed as “Endangered” on the IUCN Red List. The specific threats to whale sharks include entanglement in fishing nets, boat strikes, ingestion of marine debris and micro plastics, and in some cases human interference through unregulated tourism. The Georgia Aquarium is home to FOUR whale sharks that were rescued from Taiwanese fishermen who had captured them. .
Georgia Aquarium protects whale sharks through research and conservation efforts in the field, in the laboratory and through our unique position as the only aquarium in the western hemisphere to display these elusive gentle giants.
REDUSE, REUSE, RECYCLE ♻️ .
Remember to cut apart plastic beverage rings. Marine mammals can become entangled in the loops, which can be harmful and potentially fatal. Properly dispose of toxic wastes, such as oil from automobile engines or lawnmowers. Never dump waste chemicals down a sewer which can pollute water sources. Limit your use of disposable products, particularly plastic. Take a canvas bag with you when you shop instead of using paper and plastic ones from stores.
Cool shot of Mike and Kathleen in front of the Well Casing! Mike is looking fashionable in his custom ScubaForce drysuit and is breathing easy on our smooooth Black Devil regs. Follow @subaquaman for more tech diving photos. Thanks for the tag!
"Voci di Marrakech"
Non mi sembrava vero essere finalmente nella piazza dove Elias Canetti ha ambientato il suo capolavoro.
✒️TESTO 📸 IMMAGINI Massimo Bicciato (@massimobicciato) "Jemaa el Fna è un’immensa distesa vuota, libera da ogni vincolo architettonico. Vista di giorno sembra una piazza senz’anima, ma la peculiarità di questo luogo non sono monumenti o costruzioni, ma l’uomo. Jemaa el Fna è dramma, poesia, invenzione e canto, magia e giocolieri; sono i cantastorie, gli acrobati, i guaritori, gli incantatori di serpenti, indovini, suonatori berberi e tanto altro ancora che compongono il variegato popolo che anima la piazza di sera. In questo spazio vuoto si radunano ogni notte gli artisti di strada che si esibiscono di fronte a folle di persone venute per ascoltare quello che è considerato “Patrimonio Orale dell’Umanità”. Un romanzo corale, fatto di parlate e melodie che nel 1963 ha ispirato “Le voci di Marrakech”, il capolavoro di Elias Canetti. Jemaa el Fna è un palcoscenico che cambia scenografia e attori col trascorrere delle ore."
DEVELOPING A HOLISTIC LIFE 🧜🏽♀️🧜🏽♀️// I went diving! It was the first time I’ve done it. Listen, this is so far out of my comfort zone and yet it felt so right. As a water sign, I’m naturally drawn toward the water to heal and soothe my soul. Attending The Soulcare Retreat by @soulcarecollective last week tapped into deep emotional and spiritual areas of my life that needed nurturing. The activities I engaged in when I wasn’t in a workshop tapped into physical and mental areas that needed nurturing. 🧜🏽♀️🧜🏽♀️
Going diving opened my mind in ways I didn’t know existed but that my person truly needed. Once you lower yourself to the floor of the ocean, you find a whole new world that exists in divine perfection and balance. Sound carries differently. The senses you rely on are altered and you are keenly aware that you must quickly develop a new way of interacting with life as you know it. You become an observer versus a participant. You are no longer a being of dominion as you are merely a visitor in this world. The ocean is part of our planet 🌎 but life there is very different and separate from the one we experience on land. 🧜🏽♀️🧜🏽♀️
I know, I know. I started off talking about holism and went on a tangent about my diving experience (which was dope!). I’m sure you’re wondering how these things are connected. Holistic has many definitions -- some call it woo-woo, others spiritual, others educated. I like to think of a holistic life as a wise life; you live a life that you know will be better by looking at the big picture, living life wholly and being aware of the impact of your action.
What we think, do, say, eat, practice and believe in, and our impact on others and the planet, are all reflections of how we choose to live our life. Let's look at your life as a whole, and how you live.
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