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
About 15 years ago my travel bug started, and with it the desire to take photographs. At that time the best choice for photography was an SLR film camera, and I learnt about things like aperture and shutter speed by using slide film. It was not so expensive then! My introduction
One marine creature I have always wanted to see is the Leafy Sea Dragon. In December I had a free day while visiting Adelaide so organised a couple of dives with Diving Adelaide to see what this part of Australia was like underwater! I can say it surpassed all expectations –
Diving in south east Queensland always guarantees a treasure trove of aquatic delights – these photos are from recent dives to North Stradbroke Island and Cook Island, Gold Coast 🙂
I’m glad to say my one and only New Year’s resolution is going quite well 🙂 I have found some beautiful nudibranchs the last few times I have been diving – all of these little gems were found off North Stradbroke Island. It is amazing what you can find when
Wolf Rock is an amazing dive site just north of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. The main drawcard here is the presence of critically endangered Grey Nurse Sharks, the sharks here being pregnant females that aggregate before giving birth (where exactly is not known). The diving is quite thrilling, the
Early morning saltwater glow 🙂 Images taken at Hastings Point and Julian Rocks, northern New South Wales.