Coral Reef  life:

I still find it hard to get my head around the fact that nearly everything I see around Coral reefs is a living animal. This is where we share a little of our fascination with the myriad of life forms we encounter from tiny colourful sea slugs to  huge whales and the friendly birds that look down on us.

Macro down under — posted April 2016

By Robin Jeffries | April 28, 2016

Macro underwater photography works very well and can quickly give spectacular results. There are a few good reasons why my camera spends a lot of time fitted with a macro instead of a wide angle lens: *I am closer to my subject which eliminates many of the issues caused by the tiny particles found in sea…

The Hermit Crabs we find. — March 2016

By Robin Jeffries | March 21, 2016

  It’s hard not to be curious when you notice a sea shell moving about, with legs and feelers protruding. While other crustaceans scamper, bury, and hide; not hermit crabs—they are slowly dragging their appropriated spiral shell houses along—which makes them easy to get to know. To be able to grow they need to change…

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