Mantis Schrimp, Cook Island, April 2010
Yesterday’s dive was one of the most exciting dives we have done at Cook Island. With a maximum of 5 metres visability (and that’s exaggerating ) the bait fish and the sharks were all around us and up close. Add to that … Continue reading
It’s feels like it has been an age since last time we got our boat out and dived at Cook Island. Late July, “nearly two whole months”, was the last time we dived at Cook. Today was a beautiful spring … Continue reading
We were lucky enough to see and photograph our first flamboyant cuttlefish on our recent Philippines holiday. We knew these critters were small, but I still wasn’t prepared for how small, about 5-7 cm. Also I didn’t know they are … Continue reading
We’ve taken plenty of photographs of saddled pufferfish over the years, or so we thought. It’s very easy to confuse them. They are the same size and are usually seen in pairs around the same depths. The puffer fish is … Continue reading
Jellyfish make beautiful subjects, but they’re not so easy to photograph. Here is an assortment of the jellies that we have captured over the years. Now that we have added strobes to our underwater photography kit, we’re hoping there will … Continue reading
If you want to swim with the fishes, then go to Julian Rocks, Byron Bay. We’ve just had another fabulous weekend of diving. This time we decided to spend the weekend at Byron Bay, so we booked three dives with … Continue reading
While diving at Julian Rocks this weekend, we witnessed our first leopard shark dance. Well that’s what it looked like. We can only imagine that this shark was trying to rid itself of a few parasites.