Shoot macro underwater is challenging but so rewarding.

Excellent Aquatic Encounters.

The diving has been excellent this week.

Not only is the water a little warmer than expected, we have seen some amazing marine life.

Whilst on a fun dive with fellow instructor Marco for him to try out my superb, compact Inon 2000 strobe, we were very fortunate to see a fairly large Wobbegong Shark.

 

The image (above) really does have a shark in it, honest!! They are very well camouflaged though.

Whilst on a solo macro dive, I hit the jackpot, seeing a whole bunch of gorgeous Nudibranchs. One was trucking along solo (image at the top of this post) and the others were in pairs.

 

 

A large Thorny Ray (or Porcupine Ray as they’re more officially known) was sat in the sand as I ended my dive.

He was an impressive creature, especially given his size at well over one meter in diameter.

Underwater Photography  courses are still on until the first week of September.

Contact me directly, or via Pleasure Divers to book!

 

 

 

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