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UPY 2018 – High-class underwater photography

Those of you who’ve been following this blog for some time probably know already that we’re big fans of awards. To us photo awards are a sign of motivation and inspiration. 293 more words


Five Facts about the Sea Turtle — indahs: dive, travel & photography

35th edition of Marine Life monthly post. Marine Life post published every 19th of the month. It aims to share information about the marine life species and to promote their conservation.

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Diving in cyclonic swell

Australian Bonito (Sarda australis)

Blotched Bigeye (Heteropriacanthus carolinus)

Moorish Idol


Yellow Moon Wrasse

My diving buddy, Matt, was keen to get in the water today, and despite rising swell arriving from a cyclone out east in Tonga, we foolishly braved the elements, together with a surprising number of other divers. 75 more words


A mini floating ecosystem

Juvenile Dolphinfish (Coryphaena hippurus) hiding under Bluebottle (Bluebottle fish in foreground)

Whilst not the best shot it was really quite exciting to find a bluebottle floating in the bay with freshly caught prey hanging in its tentacles, and two resident species of fish sheltering under the float, a bluebottle fish and a juvenile dolphin fish (aka Mahi Mahi). 16 more words


Bluebottle fish

This week in particular, but throughout summer noreasterly winds prevail on the east coast of Australia. With it they bring the scourge of swimmers, the bluebottle, aka portuguese man-o-war. 101 more words