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Photography Trips
Malapascua, the other side

Malapascua, the other side

Malapascua is a dreamy island in the middle of the Philippines, just offshore from the main island of Cebu. Cebu is best known as one of the top places in the world to dive with thresher sharks but Malapascua brings something different to the table. Despite the draws...

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Hairy Harry’s Book

Hairy Harry’s Book

It's funny how life throws you opportunities when you are least expecting it. I have been involved in underwater photography for many years and am always on the lookout for new things on the Great Barrier Reef, somewhere I am lucky enough to call my backyard. A few...

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Finally the book

Finally the book

Hairy Harrys Very Hairy Day is out Read about Hairy Harry the hairy ghost pipe fish and his adventures with his friends on the Great Barrier Reef Australia. For 6-9 years old. Out Jan 25, 2024, on Amazon.com.au and Pegasuspublishers.com/books/coming-soon. Also, online...

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Lembeh, the world of weird and wonderful macro

Lembeh, the world of weird and wonderful macro

After a very last minute decision and booking, it was time to finally visit one of the worlds biggest and most diverse macro areas, Lembeh in Northern Sulawesi. The coral triangle is the goldilocks zone of reefs with the rich waters and the volcanic ash making the...

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The road to Socorro

The road to Socorro

This has been on my whiteboard for a long time now and after visiting the Galapagos and Coco Islands, this was the next one on the list. Socorro island is one of the world’s richest areas of marine life, mainly due to the Arctic flow down the west coast of the USA and...

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Go Harry!

Go Harry!

Harry's picture makes the Final of Australian Geographic Nature Wildlife Photographer of the year 2023. Go Harry!

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The seven year Palau itch

The seven year Palau itch

It has been 7 years since I last visited the beautiful Palau, and the seven year itch was calling me. So I headed back to explore this stunning island group 500km to the east of the Philippines. This place is like something out of a James Bond movie set, beautiful...

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In search of the Maldives

In search of the Maldives

After only two weeks home in Far North Queensland, I was off, back on the road again. This time I headed for the middle of the Indian Ocean to Malé, the capital of the Maldives. This city is no more than a few square miles and looks like a mini New York from the sky...

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Hairy frog fish Threshers and the Philippines

Hairy frog fish Threshers and the Philippines

After flying into Cebu, a ferry ride took me to Malapascua Island for the first part of my trip; eight days looking for not only macro life but hoping to see thresher sharks. Despite this being my third trip to the Philippines, the odds had never been in my favour and...

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The reef less travelled

The reef less travelled

After being in Cairns for the last few months, it was time to get on the road again and with my thoughts frequently returning to the beauty of the Keppel Islands, it was only fitting that this was my first trip of the year! I just knew I had to get back and continue...

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