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The contest hasn't even begun and we're already feeling exhausted just from reading up what Australia has to offer. This week, we look at the coast with the most and the best of the west.
Artificial reefs conjure up images of plastic coral and a fake aquarium look. Artificial reefs or reef balls are a relatively new phenomenon in Malaysia but September will see the first of several efforts to placeI/I>them in our waters.
IT WAS underwater photographer David Doubilet#8217;s most difficult and exciting assignment ever: to shoot great white sharks all over the world. It was nerve-racking work, not just because of the risks involved but also because dwindling white shark populations meant that weeks went by without any sighting.
James Nachtwey, the highly admired photojournalist, has been documenting war and violence across the globe for almost 30 years. Why does he keep doing it and how does one keep covering such hellish, dehumanising territory and not lose one's own humanity or compassion? MENG YEW CHOONG finds out.
If you#8217;re an underwater enthusiast, be prepared to be awed and enriched by a veritable feast of underwater images, exhibitions and industry luminaries from around the world. It will all be happening in Kuala Lumpur later this month.