Sepia Apama

Far up into South Australia’s Spencer Gulf, in the rocky shallows of Stony Point near Whyalla, is a very special place where once a year, in the depths of winter, our Giant Cuttlefish congregate to mate and renew. The ongoing struggle between fishers demanding their right to catch and the divers, the snorkellers and environmentalists, […]

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Through the Fish’s Eye

Perceptions are everything when it comes to seeing the beauty in our undersea landscapes but as we are not aquatic creatures we have our limits. The colonial ascidians in the foreground are centimeters from the camera while the sunburst through the jetty structure above is more then ten meters away at the surface. As a […]

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It’s All About The Angle

It’s all about the angle when searching for dragons. Leafy Seadragons are masters of camouflage, blending into kelp or any of the other brown algaes they associate themselves with. You could be looking right at one from the side or from above and not even realise it. Get below one, however, where there is nothing […]

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