What’s in the bag

How much stuff do I take with me for my underwater photography? I always find it interesting what sort of things people take with them to get what they achieve in photography. Not to say that others achieve more with less… Continue reading What’s in the bag

Diving in Atauro… the world’s most biodiverse reef

These past few years I can hardly complain that I get a bum deal in terms of where I live for work. A few months ago I applied for a post in Timor Leste. A tiny island nation at the far end of the Indonesian archipelago (and to my embarrassment I had to look up on the map). Although I was prepared to go diving … Continue reading Diving in Atauro… the world’s most biodiverse reef

Wandering the Olympic Peninsula (Pt.1)

It was quite the feat to get going in the right direction… wayward plans resulted in a delay or a day, although I was later to be amazed by how the timing of my journey would set me on a path that has changed my world (a titivating thought to keep you coming back perhaps). I’d crossed the continent in just 5 days, perhaps too … Continue reading Wandering the Olympic Peninsula (Pt.1)

Underwater Zen…

Being underwater, and particularly SCUBA diving can be a zen-like experience.  No longer limited to two-dimensional movement the weightlessness of SCUBA provides that third dimension of travel.  Peacefully moving over the sand, through the corals and gliding through the reef like a fish is a wonderful feeling as one feels part of another world, a privileged vantage point… The intention of taking a month of diving … Continue reading Underwater Zen…

Broken horizon

Broken Horizon The story of the road-trip continues, despite a poorly excused break… Montana provided a sobering reminder of road deaths in the form of little white crosses that popped up from time to time along the highway.  I think the saddest of them was a little cluster of 5 at the side of a railway crossing.  A scene that I dare not imagine.  Other than these morbid … Continue reading Broken horizon