Monthly Archives: November 2014

Lee’s Island from afar

Leaving Lee’s Island after the 3 hour explore, I turned to see this scene presenting itself. Just near the coral bomby is a little turtle who swam by to see what we were up to. Picture perfect! 🙂

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Woodman Point storm front

There has been some very interesting weather in Perth over the last few days and I managed to capture this one just before bumping into Perth Weather Live’s Steve Brookes. Its cool when you meet other passionate photogs out in … Continue reading

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Coral Flowers

These little guys sit there and wave at you with the movement of the swell and gently sway to and fro. Quite mesmerising really~!

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Fish City and Coral Abstract

A couple more from the Bismark Sea. It was really cool being right in the middle of the fish exodus from the wreck below. I could literally touch some of them as they swam past. The wide angle lens enhances … Continue reading

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Port walls!

When we arrived at Madang port the other day, I got some curious looks by some of the crew when i was pinging this door and the wall next door. They were wondering if I had lost it I think! … Continue reading

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All in good fun!

To me, this image typifies what PNG is all about. A couple of families out in their dug outs at sunset to wave goodbye to us after our 2 week sortie around the Bizmark Sea. Over that time we covered … Continue reading

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Back from PNG

We are now back in Cairns from PNG and on the way home tomorrow. The Bizmark cruise we just did would rate up there with one of the best cruises we have done on True North as it had everything. … Continue reading

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Leaving the Sepik

After a wonderful couple of days exploring the Sepik River we are now back out to an island group near Kevieng for some more diving and water sports before heading back to Madang where we will start the journey back … Continue reading

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Now cruising up the Sepik River

We have now left the tropical island vistas and early this morning entered the mighty Sepik River, which I am told is one of the largest rivers in the world and certainly the largest river in the Souther Hemisphere. This … Continue reading

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Lee’s Island tranquility

Another perspective from the beautiful island that we named Lee’s island. There was literally a postcard photo around every corner of this island!

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