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01 Nov / 2007
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We just received news that one of our guests Mark Thorpe won a first prize at the 34th World Festival of Underwater Images in Antibes. Congratulations Mark!

Mark produced a short underwater film from the video footage he took when he stayed with us in Lembeh in July 2007 (click here to see Marks previous blog). As Mark said in his email to us, “My short film called The Majesty of Muck must have struck a nerve with some of the judges as it was awarded the Prix du Public.”

Mark sent us this picture of him with his award at the prize giving ceremony, standing on the right with overall category Gold Palme winner Danny van Belle.

Mark will be sending us a dvd so guests can see his work when they visit us, and you can see more of his work on his own blog by clicking here.

30 Oct / 2007
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Marije has managed to sort out her pics from her Sep/Oct 2007 trip:

Bunaken 2007
Lembeh 2007

If other guests wish to send links for pictures and blogs, please send them to Twofish@TwoFishDivers.com.

16 Oct / 2007
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We just received these new links:
* Dave Martin’s trip report of when he stayed and dived with us in Sept 2007.
* Marije’s Blog of her stay with us in Oct 2007 (in Dutch). Marije also sent her links for her pictures when she visited us in 2005 and 2006: Bunaken 2005, Bunaken 2006, and Lembeh 2006

If other guests wish to send links for pictures and blogs, please send them to Twofish@TwoFishDivers.com.

09 Oct / 2007
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We just received some great pics from Yorgos, a profesisonal photographer from Greece.

Yorgos visited us for the second time in July/Aug 2007 and made some amazing photos.

Check out his site on Yorgis under Bunaken.

08 Oct / 2007
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Congratulationds to Marije from Holland who became our sceond ever Master Scuba Diver (MSD)!

Marije stayed with us for 3 weeks and completed her Rescue Course and 4 specialties – Deep Diver, Night Diver, Wreck Diver and Search & Recovery Diver (she already had Nitrox), and with 350 dives she was definitely over the minimum limit of 50 dives required for the MSD.

Whilst she was here she also did 25 fun dives and took some amazing pictures. We hope to have a link to her blog soon, so check back again.


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