I’ve always been fascinated by the macro fauna in South East Asia. Everything just seems exotic here, from other places in the world. From colorful, flamboyant nudibranch (featured in part one and two) to flamboyant cuttlefish (thats the name, not a description) to grumpy looking frog fish and much more. Philippines diving, similar to nearby Indonesia and Malaysia, host some of the craziest and least known or common creatures I’ve ever had the honor to see. Despite my many dives around Philippines, I am known to get excited, forget I have a camera, and end up with few good photos. Because of this I am lucky to have met an amazing underwater photographer named Ilan Lubitz. He has countless dives around Anilao, Philippines and graciously allowed me to feature them here for our macro critter lovers. If you love Ilan’s photos from Anilao as much as me, let him know in  the comments below, and be sure to subscribe to get updates when theres a new part in the Underwater Photo Series! scuba diving anilao


scuba diving anilao
scuba diving anilao


scuba diving anilao
scuba diving anilao


scuba diving anilao
scuba diving anilao


scuba diving anilao
scuba diving anilao


scuba diving anilao

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Justin is a dive master and world traveler on a mission to dive and document the top 100 dive sites in the world. In doing this he hopes to bring love for the marine environment to the world!
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