Anson Soo

He comes from Malaysia which is located in the heart of the Indo-Pacific basin, a country so beautiful that it's only natural for one to fall in love with the incredible bio-diversity of marine life. Although he is relatively new to the diving world and started diving only in 2007, he gets more passionate after every single dive. He finds it exciting to be able to capture precious shots below the warm sea's surface with a concentration of vibrant and exotic marine life rarely rivaled anywhere else in the world. It's no exaggeration to say that a sense of accomplishment overwhelms him every time a great shot is taken underwater. Currently, he is using Panasonic TZ3 and he is looking forward to upgrading his scuba toys, for example, strobes & macro lens specifically for snapping nudibranchs, which are very numerous in terms of species, in extraordinary colors and forms. He hopes to have a picture collection of every nudibranch species around the world. With that aim in mind, he is planning to explore diverse underwater geography at sites out of Malaysia. You can see more of his photographs on ansonsoocy.multiply.com


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Nudibranch Species from Anson Soo » View all photo from Anson Soo (44 photos)

Ardeadoris egretta from Tawau, MalaysiaIdentification reviewed by Nathalie Yonow
(1 photo from Anson Soo)
Ceratosoma gracillimum from Bunaken, Indonesia
(1 photo from Anson Soo)
Ceratosoma trilobatum from Lembeh, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Terry Gosliner
(1 photo from Anson Soo)
Chromodoris annae from Bunaken, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Nathalie Yonow
(1 photo from Anson Soo)
Chromodoris coi from Tenggol, Malaysia
(2 photos from Anson Soo)
Chromodoris dianae from Bunaken, Indonesia
(6 photos from Anson Soo)
Chromodoris kuniei from Tawau, Malaysia
(1 photo from Anson Soo)
Chromodoris magnifica from Tawau, Malaysia
(3 photos from Anson Soo)
Chromodoris sp. from Bunaken, IndonesiaIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
(1 photo from Anson Soo)
Chromodoris willani from Bunaken, Indonesia
(4 photos from Anson Soo)
Flabellina rubrolineata from Tenggol, MalaysiaIdentification reviewed by Richard Willan
(1 photo from Anson Soo)
Halgerda batangas from Tawau, Malaysia
(1 photo from Anson Soo)
 

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