Cuttle’s Last Stand

Impressive as his pose may be there is not much fight or life left in this big male cuttlefish. Countless fights have fought for the reward of an intimate encounter. He’s still in one piece so there is a very good chance his progeny and genetic line will live on. That’s all that matters in […]

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Last Rays at Waukaringa

As we sat out watching the sun set on the distant Flinders Ranges and bathing the Waukaringa Hotel ruins in amber light, we were not alone. Along side us, sunbaking on her own piece of ruin, this Bearded Dragon cared not for the visual beauty of the outback, only the last rays of sun keeping […]

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Emerald Dreams

Bathing in the emerald green shallows of Stony Point this sealion, belly full of cuttlefish, is probably the most content creature on earth. To us the Whyalla cuttlefish season is an extraordinary opportunity to swim with, observe, and simply be with one of our most amazing sea critters. To sealions, it’s a gastronomical smorgasbord with […]

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