It really is incredible to be back home here in Australia and have such an incredible play ground on our door steep. The Great Barrier Reef is not only noted as largest living organism on earth but is also World Heritage listed and a source of constant underwater adventure. This beautiful resident is probably one of the most recognised characters here on the Great Barrier Reef. Not only are Napoleon Wrasse some of the largest species of wrasse found around the world, but they also have the potential to grow to an estimated 50 years of age. Most incredibly they are protogynous hermaphrodites meaning they will change their sex from female to male during their lifetime.
Oceanographic Photographer of the Year Finalist
I am both rapt and totally humbled to say that I have been nominated as a finalist of the inaugural in the first Oceanographic Photographer of the year competition www.oceanphotographyawards.com . My imagery from the series Light of the Arctic has been recognised in the category of Adventure Photography. To not only be chosen alongside such […]