From Lagoon To Mangrove

South Lagoon, New Caledonia, South Pacific, January 2021

From reefs and islands in the lagoon to sheltered bays and mangroves. Within an area of only some few nautical miles, we have, during the past few weeks, explored a great variety of beauty and habitats. 

How much I adore to pay attention to the many, fascinating “mini-worlds” there are to be found in local places.

From beauty in grey to calming blue...

The pictures in this blogpost are from our recent time scouting our current close-by neighbourhood in the southern part of New Caledonia.

Here, in the bays and the fauna rich lagoon, our nearby residents consists of a great variety of fish, rays, reef sharks and sea turtles. 

For each place we go, we get new, exciting next-door neighbours that seem to appreciate the shelter of the boat as much as we do!

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