The Giant Cuttlefish

Sepia apama, the Giant Cuttlefish, is the largest of the cuttlefish and a South Australian draw-card critter. Thousands of cuttlefish congregate to mate in the shallows at the top of Spencer Gulf each winter creating amazing opportunities for divers and snorkelers to observe their antics in only metres of water. This guy however lives out […]

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Flow Motion

It was a stormy evening down at Henley Beach with a rough sea, a stiff breeze and an amazing sky. Perfect for capturing some images. I got wet, my camera got wet, … over and over. I ran out of tissues continually trying to dry the salt water from the lens and the tripod kept […]

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Odd Kind of Fish

Here I was going about my business exploring some of the sea-grass beds out from Edithburgh Jetty when down it swooped. Like a magpie dive-bombing an unsuspecting cyclist my first reaction was to duck. Imagine how funny that would have appeared. And like a magpie it indeed was also a bird, a Pied Cormorant on […]

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Rapid Bay Looking West

The marine life under Rapid Bay jetty seems to be getting better and better over the last few years after the hit it took when the new jetty was built. The fish life is abundant and the sea-grass beds a re looking better than ever. What does seem to be taking its time to recover […]

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