Tag: fish

Manta Ray Bommie

Manta Bommie at North Stradbroke Island has to be one of my favourite dive sites around – a huge variety of marine creatures – manta rays, leopard sharks, bull rays, wobbegongs, octopus, turtles, and nudibranchs! The visibility wasn’t great on this dive but gives an idea of what can be

Diversity

Some of the colourful characters I met in the Solomons 🙂

Island Treasures II

Island Treasures I

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!

Ghosts

Murky dive conditions create a different atmosphere, especially with wrecks like the HMAS Brisbane.

HMAS Brisbane

An ex-naval ship now turned artificial reef, the HMAS Brisbane is one of the most exciting dives around and is ideally located on the Sunshine Coast. I am embarrassed to admit I have not dived this spot for 5 years, which is when I took these photos. I remember the

Deep Sea Baby

It’s Winter time here in Brisbane, which is a difficult time of year for those of us accustomed to more balmy conditions. I start shivering when it is less than 20 degrees (yes, centigrade!). It does however bring two magical things to this part of Australia – clear seas and

Groovy!

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!