School of Parrotfish.
A school of herbivorous fish, mostly parrotfishes, graze and clean the reef. As they scrape up the algae they also ingest coral and rock which they later deposit as sand.
Pepoy, an indigenous Tagbanua boy spearfishes in the open ocean. He is accompanied by his father who keeps a distance to allow his son to develop his own technique.
A school of juvenile oxeye scad shelter in the shallows of a protected area. Once they mature the scad will leave the shelter of Daplac Bay for the open ocean.
Shark Fin Island
The karst landscape of Palawan is made of limestone formed by ancient coral reefs.
A hexagonal metal structure supports growing coral fragments. Once mature, the corals will be transferred to the seabed where they will continue to grow, reproduce and build up the reef.
Acropora corals fluorescing due to thermal stress during the 2020 marine heatwave.
Photographs of children's milestones displayed in old rum bottles to keep off the sea air.
Tay Susing, a grandfather and community elder, sits at the kitchen table at the center of his family home.
A man prepares to go fishing during the new moon.