Few images for you of this November's Safari, I will be back there in February and I hope I will have more stuff to show
This is my friend Albert showing a decent size Barracuda caught on a jig. The fish pulled hard and fooled me into thinking it was another beast. At the beginning we all said "Doogtooth" because the drag was screaming pretty loud and the line running fast, but the lack of stamina of the fish put our hopes down a bit. A nice fish nevertheless. Many people hate Barracuda and I think they're quite good fun critters
Eugeni in a tough situation, A GT took his lure and is heading back o the reef. The heavy drag settings are very tricky to use, especially when there's no gunwale to support your knees.
Snappers are always among my favourite fish to shoot. Then storm helped creating a bit more of atmosphere.
A bit of hard work near sunset. A small atoll in the distance reminds us we are in the Indian ocean, at the Maldives.
Another snapper in daylight. The red color in contrast with the blue sky really makes for a dramatic contrast. There's a main light on camera right, a Nikon SB600. I exposed for the sky and the flash filled the subject probably at 1/4 of power
The local band playing at night, around the campfire in a desert island