Austern werden in der Nordsee zur Stärkung des #Ökosystems angesiedelt… Oyster in North Sea for #environmental #protection #lovesea #protecttheocean #oceanminded #ProtectthePlanet https://t.co/6mCgQwfo60 — Stephan Ludwig (@stludwig72) September 27, 2020
The divespot Nova Pošta is located about 10 min with boat, northwest of the city Vis. From the little bay you can dive northeast around the rock needle or go directly east through a little tunnel near the surface down to about 5m. Through a kind of archway you come to the wall. At theContinue reading “Croatian island Vis – divespot Nova Pošta”
The wreck of the Vassilios is located southwest of the croatian island Vis. The Greek cargo steamship sank in 1939. The crew was rescued by fishermen from Komiža. Vassilios is with 104m length one of the biggest wrecks in the Adriatic. The depth is 22-53m. The wreck is amazing and you could enjoy finishing theContinue reading “Wreck of cargo steamship Vassilios southwest of croatian island Vis”
Today I present a picture of a wall at the dive spot Volici north of the croatian island Vis. Around the island Vis are many amazing dive spots with wrecks, walls, caves and a huge diversity of marine life. In the beautiful red Gorgonia sometimes you even may find an egg of a shark. ThisContinue reading “Red Gorgonia and egg of shark”
The wreck of the Teti lies nortwest of the croatian island Vis. The italian freighter did start from the harbour of Komiza on the island Vis and smashed into the cliffs of the rocky island Mali Barjak on 23. May 1930. The depth of the wreck is about 8m to 34m. Sometimes there may beContinue reading “Story and scubadiving conditions about wreck Teti – northwest of croatian island Vis”
The Croatian island of Vis is located about 30 nautical miles southwest of Split in the eastern Adriatic between Croatia and Italy. It belongs to the Split-Dalmatia region and with a length of about 17 km and a width of about 8 km is about 90 km². Vis has about 3,500 inhabitants. The island isContinue reading “Scubadiving and environmental protection around the croatian island Vis – UNESCO Geopark Vis”
August 30st, 2020 it was windy with yugo. But we had pretty good visibility in northern part of the dive spots of Vis. So we could photograph some nice sponges and lobsters.
Since April 2019 the archipelago of the croatian island Vis is part of the UNESCO Global Geoparks. I´m scubadiving regularly in this area, also during summer 2020. The marine life there is amazing. And and the area is also a paradise for underwater photographer. Maybe you also enjoy the photograph of this scorpionfish.
Hi there. I´m Stephan Ludwig, a scuba diving instructor, hobby photographer and running coach. In “real life” I´m working in the field of food safety and veterinary affairs as a team manager, training coordinator and lecturer, author and auditor.On this website and blog you´ll find some of my underwater photographs, especially from my favorite placeContinue reading “About Me”