Stephen Frink Photography
I had seen many of Stephen Frink’s images over the years and had looked forward to meeting him in the flesh. As it turns out, he’s a real nice guy and brought a great group.
These guys were largely focused on taking photos underwater with the exception of a few and as everyone was acquainted before arriving on board they got right into it as soon as they arrived, setting up gear and getting ready to dive!
Show us ya Fins! Stephen Frink
Lionfish by Stephen Frink
Bommie by Paula
Xeno Crab by Peter
Pretty reef scape by Mark
Peek-a-boo! Photo by Lauren
Feather Star by Rainbow Jim
Gremlin Crab by Carlos
Mating Dragonettes by Anne
Buddies by Anne
Robusties by Carlos
How to kiss a shrimp by Rainbow Jim
The Arch by Lauren
Diver on Mt Mutiny by Mark
Long Nose Filefish by Paula
Nigali Cruiser by Peter
SeaCams by S. Frink
Rainbow Reef by Paula
Peek-a-boo. Photo by Stephen Frink
Ready.. Go! Stephen Frink
Conditions were good to excellent with blue, blue flat water for a few days in Namena Marine Park, making this the highlight for me and many of the guests.
When cruising out to the dive site in Wakaya we came across a group of Mantas feeding and jumped in on snorkel to have a swim with these amazing fish. It was Peter’s and Anette's first time to see these graceful animals and they were beaming - ear to ear when they got back in the skiff. I think that made both their and my day.
Mo found more pygmy seahorses on this trip too. He is so very good..
The end of trip slide show was fun with many great images to share.
Cheers for the good time Steve and gang.
See you next time!
“Lomaiviti is nationally significant for its important role in reseeding Fiji’s reefs and providing fish refuges.”
~ Dr. David Obura, Cordio and WWF Marine Biologist