Introducing the first ever part in our new Underwater Photo Series. We will feature a new underwater photographer and their awesome photos each week, highlighting some incredible marine species.

This week we are showcasing the work of  Robert Koslawsky from Israel, and some of his nudibranch collection from the Eilate area. I have such a fascination for these tiny, beautiful nudibranch critters, that I often instruct my guide that thats what I’m specifically looking for before a dive, then spend the whole dive searching.

Finding these delicate and mysterious things of beauty, ones of which most of the world didn’t even know existed, many times turns out to be the highlight of my dives around the world, and I love finding new species of nudibranch I’ve never seen!

Even though I have nearly 400 dives under my belt, I have not even come close to seeing all there is to offer in the nudibranch species spectrum. So this on-going series will feature not only my own underwater photos, but many other divers’ photos as well, with hopefully tons more nudibranch. So here is the first in the series, and stay tuned for many more to come!

The other day I caught up with a diver and amazing macro underwater photographer, Robert Koslawsky from Israel. His photography, mostly from the Eilat area, is so amazing that I just had to feature some of it here in this series. I was curious to see if the nudi species were the same as in Egypt, where I’ve dove so much, since its so close to Eilat, and he’s shown me quite a few new ones that I havn’t seen before.

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Continue to part two!

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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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