Tag: coral reef

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


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 🙂

Moving pictures

I made this video awhile ago – it’s actually my first ever video attempt! I made it for my friend Lenore and I to remember the fun time we had at Lady Elliot Island- all of the snorkelling, diving, wildlife, and sunset cocktails! Hence it is quite long at 18


My blog is somewhat neglected lately, seeing as work currently = crazy! I am getting lots of ideas for photos and future holiday destinations though – has anyone been to the Solomons? What did you think? Here are some lomo-ish fish, see my previous post for more groovy fish pics!

Great Barrier Reef in danger

I love the reef. I love the fact that only hours from Brisbane I can be snorkelling an underwater wonderland of bright jewel colours, clear waters, and fish in their thousands. Unfortunately all of this is under threat due to a massive amount of development proposed along the Queensland coast

Water abstractions

Using water as a medium can create interesting effects..

Flamenco Fish

This is an amazing big parrotfish I saw when snorkelling on Agincourt Reef late last year. He (I’m assuming it was a he) spent alot of time in a little cave amongst the coral wriggling around and gaping at me. What was most fascinating was that he had a remora

Merry Christmas Tree Worm!!

It is so much fun when you find these little worms – multicoloured and just like little Christmas trees! Hope you have a wonderful Christmas and enjoy the holiday season! 🙂

Destination Report: Lady Elliot Island

From the moment I caught a glimpse of the turquoise waters and white sand I knew it was going to be a great week! My friend and I decided to use our precious annual leave on a trip to Lady Elliot Island, which is part of the Capricorn and Bunker