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Passion & Dedication



Human being is imperfect, physically and spiritually limited, and doomed to be tied to a routine life. And everyone during his(her) lifetime tries to find a way out of this circle. For Igor traveling has helped him change his views and angles of looking at the different aspects of life, and has expanded his limits in order to break through the bounds that connects him with the material world.

Frogfishes on Panglao, Philippines

Frogfishes on Panglao, Philippines Frogfishes are unique fishes, very different from all over fishes, they are small, short and stocky, and often covered in spinules and other appendages to aid in camouflage. Many species can change colour; some are covered with other organisms such as algae or hydrozoa. In keeping with this camouflage, frogfishes typically move slowly, lying in wait for prey, and then striking extremely rapidly, in as little as 6 milliseconds. Enjoy the video!  ...

Snorkeling with a Whale shark

Snorkeling with a whale shark in Oslob, Philippines. The feelings from this trip are twofold, on the one hand, it’s great that there is such an opportunity to swim with such beautiful and graceful giants, with biggest fish in the world, on the other hand, you understand that for locals this is a pure business and all this interaction has not good impact on the whale sharks. I know that many criticize the feeding of whale sharks in Oslob, no doubt this has its own pluses...


Bolivia, the official name is the Bolivia Multinational State, a state in central South America. Bolivia is bordered in the north and northeast by Brazil, in the southeast by Paraguay, in the south by Argentina, and in the southwest and west by Chile and Peru. It does not have access to the sea (the largest South American country with such a feature), but in 2010 an agreement was signed with Peru to lease a 99-year-old coastal site for the construction of a port....

Cano Cristales

Caño Cristales (English: Crystal Channel) is a Colombian river located in the Serrania de la Macarena province of Meta, and is a tributary of the Guayabero River. The river is commonly called the "River of Five Colors" or the "Liquid Rainbow," and is noted for its striking colors. The bed of the river from the end of July through November is variously colored yellow, green, blue, black, and especially red, the last caused by Macarenia clavigera plants (family Podostemaceae) on the riverbed....