I already published quite a few freediving videos with the sardines in Panagsama. You can find them in my 3speak account or just scroll down in my blog. Since I considered Panagsama in Moalboal to be my second home here in Cebu, I won't get tired of sharing freediving content, especially with the turtles and sardines. This time, it's different because we had the opportunity to interact with the sardines up close.
I'm actually jealous of Claire during this time because she was able to dive below the sardines and swim slowly back to the surface causing the sardine formation to encircle around her. But my ears were sort of "inverted" that instead of popping during equalization, it felt like water was rushing inside my eardrums. It was very painful that I stayed on the level where I don't have to equalize.
Even if I wasn't able to dive deeper, I am still satisfied with the result because I was aiming for that somber and moody feel of the video, which was amazingly achieved by @indayclara
's edit. It feels as if it matched my overall mood for the past week. Everything is just awesome as if it falls in its right place.
This video was taken by our go-to guide, photographer, and videographer in Moalboal - @sabanalchristian
. It was edited by @indayclara
which I admit she's getting good at editing videos!
I guess that's all for this post. I hope you'll enjoy this video!
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