Today we went for a walk to our beloved Tawharanui Peninsula again. It was beautiful as usually. Patches of native bush, grazing sheep and cows, shingle beaches of the south coast and those endless sandy beaches on the northern coast … where Northland begins (for me). Dnes sme opäť šli na túru na náš milovaný […]
As the ocean is getting cooler people are disappearing from the water. That means it’s quieter underwater, fish are more relaxed and inquisitive. Last time I played with ambient light a bit … and will continue. It makes a lot of sense for wide angle images in shallow water. The pictures below show the typical […]
Dense kelp forest of brown stalked sea weed Ecklonia radiata on rocky reef in Leigh, New Zealand. Thick canopy of kelp fronds limit light penetration and create unique habitat and quiet twilight atmosphere.
This was fun. I went for a winter shallow dive to one spot where nudibranches are often plentiful. I could not find a spot to par my car so decided to go home along the east coast of North Shore City. I stopped in Murrays Bay where I saw a snorkeler looking for something in […]