Roughly 4.2 million people inhabit Bali and the few other small islands surrounding it. Almost 85% of them practice the hinduism religion, another reason which makes this place so spectacular. All the tourists visiting it year by year, make Bali the most visited part of Indonesia.
It is a paradise for divers and nature lovers in general, as it belongs the the Coral Triangle, that describes the area with the most abundance of biodiversity of marine species worldwide.
Have a look at the video I cut together of the scenes I recorded during our time on Bali!
Tom is an award-winning fulltime photographer and filmmaker specializing in conservation imagery & film, photojournalism, and promotional tourism work. His scientific background as a Marine Biologist is a strong asset in creating appealing imagery and environmental storytelling. Tom has won several awards and his films have been screened on film festivals throughout the world and his work has been published in dozens of articles in international magazines and newspapers such as The Guardian, Bild der Wissenschaft, Welt am Sonntag, Diver, Tauchen, Fiji Airways Inflight magazine, and more. In 2017 he launched www.tomvierus.com for a wider portfolio and business requests. Tom is based in Suva, Fiji Islands and shares his workload between environmental assignments and promotional tourism work throughout the Pacific.
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