Reef Patrol’s Vanessa Cara-Kerr has been on our radar for a few years now; it’s fair to say she has grown to excel at her craft. The latest Reef Patrol creation is a catchy, edgy, and downright epic three-minute visual feast of oceanic life in Guam. GUAM – from Mantas to Coral Fluorescence is a short film that’s not to be missed.
As shared by Reef Patrol:
“We went to #GUAM #MICRONESIA to film the Secore International coral restoration & reproduction workshop and are working like crazy on the films that will be published soon, but we couldn’t resist making a short Guam #MOOD #FILM, as the scenery was utterly beautiful. Don’t get me started on the #MANTARAYS and the mind blowing #CORAL #FLUORESCENCE! Check it out for yourself…”
Indeed, check out the Manta Rays, the spawning corals, night UV diving, Reticulated Butterflyfish, Crown of Thorns, and endless views of Guam from above and below the water.
Film Credits via Reef Patrol:
Special thanks as always to the kind support form Keldan Lights and Onderwaterhuis.NL, Europe’s Nr. 1 Underwater Camera Store!
Camera, Areal & Edit Vanessa Cara-Kerr
2nd Camera Leni
Thank you to: Dirk Petersen, Carin Jantzen, Sandy Trautwein, Mike McCue, Mitch Carl, Richard Ross, Marina Bozinovic, Kemit-Amon Lewis, Laurie Raymundo, Joe Oliver and all the rest that were there 🙂