I have written another short article over on the Dive Advisor website called “A Guide to Cleaning Stations” via their Sub2o platform. If you are not following the Sub2o blog then you are missing out on some great articles! My latest article is all about the magic of exploring and experiencing cleaning stations, whether the creatures being cleaned are large or small! Have a look at it at the following link and spend some time on the site while you are there to read other posts by a great set of authors.
Although the ocean is in a constant swirl of prey and predator interactions, it’s difficult for divers to observe natural behaviour, as animals often flee from our large and intruding presence. However, as any seasoned photographer or naturalist knows, there is one place that is always home to a buzz of activity on the reef: the cleaning station! Read More… A Guide to Cleaning Stations Full Article
My latest article with Dive Advisor on their Sub2o blog is now out! In the article I discuss how jetties and piers are very under rated for both divers and underwater photographers.
Here is an excerpt: Piers and jetties often get a bad rap when it comes to divers, since many don’t show much interest in exploring docks at all. The most common excuses tend to be entanglement hazards from fishing lines, the potential for trash in the water, or the dreadful feeling of claustrophobia from being underneath a large object.
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As part of the Sub2o Blogging team at www.Diveadvisor.com I am writing some short articles and photos about the diving world. For my first article I have written about “The Secret World of Crinoids”
The underwater world can be a scary place for small and vulnerable species; predators lurk around every corner, both literally and figuratively! Many marine species have adapted to the constant threat of predation by evolving in incredible ways to become less “desirable” by predators.
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