Cave Diving on Tuscan Mountains A speleological cave diving adventure

After the accident occurred on January 9, 2016 at the Bossi cave in Switzerland, ended with the death of my friend Borgio, I promised myself not to go cave diving again. Nevertheless, things went differently. To convince me, for this speleological diving adventure, it was my friend Luciano Tanini of… Continue reading

Travel in South Africa The “Rainbow” Nation

South Africa, the “rainbow” nation, is a magical place, by the intense colors, boundless territories (as big as Italy, France, Belgium and Germany combined) and changing. The rivers, lakes, waterfalls, the burning deserts, the mountains sometimes covered with snow, the savannahs, the subtropical forests and the oceanic coasts make it… Continue reading

You’re Cool Dad! Marine Biology

PREFACE Today we present the shot “You’re cool dad!” depicting a male specimen of Apogon imberbis, during the seasonal hatching of the eggs. The picture was taken in July, in plain summer, when these colorful fishes culminate their breeding season with the male specimens that brood & protect the eggs… Continue reading

Experience The Maldives & Learn Underwater Portraiture 10% off for Scubashooters community

Special offer: a once-in-a-lifetime scuba trip to the Maldives! Master the art of underwater portraiture with Chiara Salomoni 1 PRO PHOTOGRAPHER | 2 EXPERT MODELS | ENCHANTING LOCATIONS   Have you ever dreamed of capturing underwater photos of more than marinelife? Imagine for a moment, building a portfolio of one-of-a-kind… Continue reading

The enchanted Lagoon of Palau Travel in Micronesia

Micronesia is an archipelago of over 2,000 islands and coral atolls located in the Northwest Pacific, between the Equator and the Tropic of Cancer. This includes the Marianne Islands, with Guam and the US Commonwealth of Mariana Island (Saipan, Tinian and Rota), the Carolinas with the Republic of Palau and… Continue reading

One hundred minutes inside the Million Hope Wreck Diving

Even today, the sea does not want to listen to reason. The Tiran Channel’s rolling, mighty waves crash strongly onto the outcropping sections of the great wreck, while our little dinghy and we float like corks toward its rusty, sharp and ghostly remains. We were waiting since days, weeks, for… Continue reading