‘Nudis’ of Papua New Guinea

http://vimeo.com/108538174 I like to think of nudibranchs as one of Mother Nature’s most exquisite work of art, a living installation, and a touring exhibition if you like. For those who have seen Dustin Adamson’s work I posted here weeks ago, here is another. It is in such beauty and unique attribute in Papua New Guinea’s rich culture, heritage, and the natural environment that makes me proud to be a Papua New Guinean. The nudibranchs are generally small, a bit like a traditional slug. But these slugs are much more interesting than the ones you find in the garden as Adamson shows in another beautiful short film. The different shapes, colors, and sizes make each species of nudibranchs unique and mesmerizing. Dustin said that hopefully the up close and personal pictures can give us an appreciation for the true beauty of the ‘nudis’. All Underwater Video Copyright © Dustin Adamson/Oceanshutter.com. All Rights Reserved

19 thoughts on “‘Nudis’ of Papua New Guinea”

  1. A truly beautiful piece of film – amazing underwater photography. The shapes and colours of the slugs are incredible. I’ll never be able to look at a common garden slug again without comparing them to those wonderful creatures.Thank you.


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