Category: Marine Life

Kaleidoscopes

I thought I’d save the best til last with my Solomon Island photos – this has to be the coolest giant clam I have ever seen!! I discovered this psychedelic beauty at the end of dive in quite shallow water, and luckily for me everyone waited patiently on the boat

Diversity

Some of the colourful characters I met in the Solomons 🙂

Island Treasures II

Island Treasures I

Gorgeous gorgonians

Gorgonian fans were prolific in the Solomons. They are filter feeders so thrive in areas of current- which makes them a unique photography challenge! Can you see the pygmy seahorse?

Sunken Treasures

While in the Solomons I was able to dive two wrecks – one an old fishing boat – the Taiyo -which rests vertically against the reef wall, and a WWII wreck of an American P38 aircraft which lies in shallow water just short of the Seghe runway! The P38 was

2014 – The Year of the Nudibranch

The only resolution I will make this new year is to try and find as many nudis as I can – yes I am well and truly obsessed! These little bursts of colour are so exciting to find and are fantastic for practising macro photography – the first four images

All creatures great and small

One of the tough choices you sometimes need to make while in the water is whether to put your head down and look closely for small creatures, or keep your eyes scanning the blue for something slightly larger! For me, both the tiniest of anemone shrimp and the overwhelming size

Solomons

Hi everyone! Apologies for my absence – I have been on holidays to the Solomon Islands! Lots of water time and lots of photos to share – here are some to start 🙂

It’s all in the details

Some more photographs from Sunshine Coast diving on HMAS Brisbane and the reefs off Mooloolaba – so much variety!

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