Tag: marine

photography portfolio

Hi everyone! I have updated my photography portfolio – the categories are Abstract, Beachscapes, Tropico, Waves, and Wildlife – I’d love you to have a look and let me know what you think 🙂

New Caledonia Photo Diary

March Moodboard – electric blue

Hi everyone! I’ve been learning how to create moodboards, so thought I would put some together inspired by the colours of Girl and the Deep Blue Sea! Blue, turquoise, pink and white! First up is blue – I would LOVE to know what you think of this 🙂

Galapagos Photo Diary

five reasons to visit Lady Elliot Island in winter

Yes it’s currently winter in Australia, and while those of you from actual cold places might laugh at the number of people in Brisbane wearing scarves on a 20 degree day, the last thing many of us here would be thinking about is going somewhere not too far from home

#surrealism

I’m always really fascinated by what influences artists/photographers, and I love reading about the stories behind the images as they offer an insight into the creative process for that particular artist. Over the next couple of posts I thought I’d discuss my main motivations for taking photos. First up is

What a lady 

After a much too long five year hiatus, I finally got to revisit one of the most wonderful places- Lady Elliot Island. My previous trip was in spring, this time I experienced the island in all her winter glory. Just as beautiful as ever, Lady Elliot is truly a coral

Portrait of a bluebottle

Often maligned due to their stinging tentacles, I find bluebottles somewhat amazing- did you know they are not actually ‘one’ animal but a colony made up of various parts all functioning together to travel the oceans and find prey. And the colours- wow! The most brilliant blues and purples with

macro close up pink shell

shells at sunrise

When I’m at the beach early in the morning, I often have the same photography routine – get there before sunrise, set up the tripod and do some experimental long shutter speed shots, then get some nice landscape photos as the sun rises, then put the camera in the waterproof

Rapid Bay Jetty

After diving at Bluff Reserve to see the leafy sea dragons, we drove across the Fleurieu Peninsular to our second dive site, Rapid Bay Jetty. I was really excited about this dive as I have never dived a jetty before and love seeing interesting structures underwater. The day was stunning

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