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A curious Giant Cuttlefish

A curious Giant Cuttlefish

Sea creatures often shy away from big lumbering divers that are intruding on their space. Some however let curiosity get the better of them, the Giant Cuttlefish (Sepia apama) is one of these creatures. These highly intelligent animals will often emerge from beneath a rocky shelf to investigate you by taking an in depth and close look.  This individual happily cruised along beside as I swam along taking photos both of it and the amazing clear blue water that was filled with Old Wives having a morning sun-bake. At points during this up close and personal interaction I noticed the...

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Far North Great Barrier Reef Liveaboard and Photography Trip

Far North Great Barrier Reef Liveaboard and Photography Trip

Check out the next exciting adventure in January 2019 with MTunderwatermedia This liveaboard trip to the Far North Barrier Reef includes 40 dives on the reef over 12 days. The boat leaves from Thursday Island which is about as far north as Australia gets and then sails down to Cairns. Along the way we dive some of the best and most remote pristine reef systems the world has to offer. Few dive boats ever transit this part of the world due to its remoteness. Whether you are a recreational divers or a budding photography this trip will a blast! DOWNLOAD...

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Weedy Seadragon Eggs

Weedy Seadragon Eggs

The amazing eggs of the Weedy Seadragon. These vibrantly coloured eggs are placed on the males tail during breeding season and really add an unusual colour to the underwater landscape.

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The wrecks of Melbourne, Australia

Wreck Diving

The wrecks of Melbourne, Australia

Few people realise that just outside the Australian city of Melbourne lie myriad shipwrecks. Two such wrecks are extremely popular dive-sites amongst advanced level divers. The J4 submarine and the ex HMAS Canberra can be found on the monthly schedule of most dive shops.  The J4 sits at roughly 25 metres and is a hollowed out World War 1 submarine that was scuttled of the headlands of Port Phillip Bay in the 1920s. Divers with a wreck certification can easily penetrate the submarine through multiple hatches in the roof and the broken body at the opposite end. Floating along as...

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Thanks to all those who came to the Above and Below gallery event at the Nook.

Thanks to all those who came to the Above and Below gallery event at the Nook.

A very big thankyou to everyone that came through for a look at the first Above and Below photographic gallery at the Nook. The opening night was an absolute ball, a special thanks to Red Hill Brewery and Pier 10 winery for all the support. Looking forward to the next one. Over the coming weeks works from the gallery will be put up on the website for sale if there are any pieces you're interested in but don't see pop just click on the contact page and let me know! Thanks again for coming!!!

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