That’s an animal? by Janice Nigro There is still debate about where (and how) life began, on land or in the sea? Wherever it started, it feels as if the process is still taking place underwater. Evolution seems to be actively at work in the sea, making seemingly bad experiments into ones that produce results. You have... Continue Reading →
Loving to night dive by Janice Nigro It has all of the elements of a good thriller. It’s night, it takes place under water, and wildlife is all around. Yes, I am talking about the night dive. I am not into scaring myself; I don’t like horror flicks or roller coaster rides, but I do love... Continue Reading →
Off maps.google.com in Aljui Bay by Janice Nigro I had thought that in Raja Ampat further south in Misool was something like the soft coral and color factory of the world. I discovered on a recent liveaboard trip that Aljui Bay in northern Raja Ampat was serious competition…and with no other boats (yeah, try to... Continue Reading →
Anemone shrimp in a beautiful magnificent anemone in raja Ampat, Indonesia. the shrimp jump around on the anemone shrimp like stringed puppets. They look like they are having so much fun, but they are not so easy to photograph.
To scuba dive or not to scuba dive… by Janice Nigro I suppose being a scientist all of my life and being trained to adhere to the repetition of a so-called logical stepwise process (purpose, methods, results…repeat) has made me somewhat envious of more artistic types who can sit down and write a poetic sentence... Continue Reading →
Will you be here next week? by Janice Nigro I suppose being a scientist all of my life and being trained ironically to adhere to the repetition of a so-called logical stepwise process (purpose, methods, results…repeat) has made me somewhat envious of more artistic types who can sit down and write a poetic sentence about... Continue Reading →
An extreme close-up of a large nudibranch called a nembrotha. The photo was taken in Panglao Island, Bohol along the fabulous Alona Beach. He/she (they are hermaphrodites) was moving around quite a bit for a nudibranch, but was still for a moment and I got this sort of excellent portrait showing all of his/her beautiful... Continue Reading →
Actual sea urchin spines (Hawaiian) that look like a cathode ray tube or some sort of fancy futuristic light fixture.
Dykking tvang meg til å bli kunstner av Janice Nigro (norsk redigerte av Eli Anita Engebø) to see the post in English go to https://janikiink.com/2014/04/13/scuba-diving-made-me-an-artist/ Jeg hadde aldri tatt et bilde før jeg gikk under vann, og da jeg endelig gjorde det, ble det bestemt i siste minutt. Jeg var på vei til LAX tre... Continue Reading →