Scuba diving - life - is all about having these moments.
Schooling blue maomao
After a long summer break it's back to school for the kids and the fish in New Zealand.
Freediving with stingrays
One of the greatest joys of freediving and scuba diving is temporarily becoming a part of the underwater world.
Short-tailed stingrays gather at the Poor Knights
The short-tailed stingray Dasyatis brevicaudata ranges across South Africa, southern Australia and New Zealand. Every summer short-tailed stingrays gather at the Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve off the Tutukaka Coast of northern New Zealand. It's the only meet-up of its kind that has been documented for this species.
Stingrays return to Northern Arch
A mystical underwater phenomenon not observed since 2001 is happening right now in New Zealand. Large numbers of female short-tailed stingrays have stacked in Northern Arch at the Poor Knights Islands.
90 Metre Room in Tank Cave
Australia's Tank Cave has tan-stained walls, which is what makes this room so outstanding. The collapsed slabs of rock have revealed the internal white of the limestone. The cave's tunnels spider out in multiple directions from this room.
Banded coral shrimp
You usually see the antenna before the shrimp - wispy filaments peeking out of a crack. Banded coral shrimp are generally found in pairs, often with a moray eel close by.
Sharks are known for their impressive teeth... but in the fish world it's the moray eels with their gaping jaws of inward-slanted fangs that you should be wary of.
Everyone wants to know if you see sharks when scuba diving. If you're very lucky you may get close enough to see the texture of their skin!