Articles & News Tagged “Don Silcock”
Don Silcock: Diving the Wonderful Witu Islands
[Don Silcock] (http://www.indopacificimages.com) presents a primer highlighting the amazing diving and photographic opportunities that are offered in Papua New Guinea’s Witu Islands. Located in the middle of the Coral Triangle, scientists have identified more than 600 species of coral together with 2000 species of reef fish in the area. Don has illustrated his guide with stunning images.
Preview: ONEUW 160X strobes by Don Silcock
Wetpixel columnist Don Silcock offers his first impressions of ONEUW’s 160X strobes. Don was able to test them during a 15 day trip around Southern Australia and has tested them against his existing Sea&Sea YS250 strobes. In addition, Wetpixel Associate Editor, Alex Mustard has been testing them in the Red Sea, and we will be posting his results shortly….
The Ogasawara Islands by Don Silcock
Don Silcock has shared his thoughts about visiting and diving around Japan’s Ogasawara Islands. Located about 1000 km south of Tokyo, the islands are often referred to as the Oriental Galapagos due to their remoteness and lack of any kind of land connection. Don found dolphins, whales, and sharks and discovered a different and immersive new side to Japan.
Nikon D500 Mid-Term Report by Don Silcock
The Sharks of Protea Banks by Don Silcock
Don Silcock describes the incredible shark encounters that occur at Protea Banks, off the East coast of South Africa. The bank is washed by the fertile Agulhas current, bringing nutrients and food that allows a significant population of apex predators. Don describes diving with blacktip, ragged tooth, Zambezi, tiger and hammerhead sharks and shares the beautiful images of his experiences.
Guide: Diving Milne Bay by Don Silcock
This is the third in a series of articles by Don Silcock on diving and image making in the fascinating and often misunderstood Papua New Guinea. This article provides an overview to Milne Bay. If follows on from his first article Understanding PNG and second, Where to Dive in PNG and if you are interested in diving in PNG or looking for a new diving destination in SE Asia, you really should read this series of articles.
Where to Scuba Dive in Papua New Guinea by Don Silcock
This is the second in a series of articles by Don Silcock on the fascinating and often misunderstoodPapua New Guinea. This article provides an overview of the main diving locations. If follows on from his first article Understanding Papua New Guinea and if you are interested in diving in PNG or looking for a new diving destination in SE Asia, you really should read this article!