Watching Waiting Wondering

All divers who venture into the world of macro photography have a story or two about the giant bull ray or the swimming elephant that swam on up, peered over their shoulder, wondered for moment what ever could be that small and still be interesting before of swimming off again. Usually the first the diver […]

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Sponge Bob

This bizarre looking sea sponge in the sea grass beds off Edithburgh Jetty reminds me of a a cross between a diseased heart and a human brain. It really does look like something that has been recently extracted from an animal and dumped on the ocean floor. Oddly enough this strange looking form is actually […]

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Puckering Up

The last time I saw one of these critters was also on a post midnight night dive under Edithburgh Jetty a few months ago. This time however the conditions were a little more inviting without the 15knot onshore winds. As always there was plenty to see and make the effort worthwhile. Nudibranchs, also known as […]

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Teeny Weeny Hitchhiker

It was one of those occasions where it was tempting to spend a night indoors rather than donning an already cold and wet wetsuit and heading back into the water. The wind had come up to a good 15knots and visibility was rapidly disappearing but I decided that a macro dive should be possible even […]

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