Sunday, May 31, 2020


Tāura is a polynesian legend.
Tāura are animals, plants and minerals that are "allied" with humans, families, clans.
They are considered fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters.
The relationship with them is fraternal and respectful.
The last long shot was certainely one of the dive I've ever done.
I was so grateful to spend so much time with the mother and her baby.
I choosed this letterbox cause it has a "vintage" look and it reminds me some really good memories. It also has the aspect (like a POV) of what I see with my mask during the dive.

"ISANG MILYON" means one million in Filipino.
I clearly dont' know how many fishes I saw but maybe more than a million !
Some shots I took during incredible dives last year.
It was the first time I saw a sardine run.
This is how I tried to transpose what I felt in this edit.
The dynamic song really helped me to edit this insanity.
I chose the black and white grading to accentuate the graphic side and the movements of the shoal.

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