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Fijian winters are very harsh…. yeah right. This was taken while trying to get a photo of both the resort and reef underneath, didn’t turn out quite right but I still really like the photo.

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This photo was taken on one of the many snorkel sessions I have had at the Fairy Bower. Visibility was terrible, but the way the light hit the surface and filtered through the water really created something cool.

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This is one of the few successful half/half photos I managed to take during my trip to Fiji – this being taken in the lagoon.

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This is probably my all time favourite photo, I somehow managed to get the perfect angle and timing to have the reef sitting 5-10cm below the surface (on a low tide) reflect back down to create a really cool photo. This was taken during a trip to Heron Island.

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How good is this? Just a standard day on Heron Island, hard to believe we go here to conduct research for uni. It really is a hard life.

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No idea who the swimmer is – but how big is that Queensland Grouper! Her name is Gus… yep you read right, Gus. They thought it was a male and then released it was a female and didn’t change her name. From my memory we were told she was around 80 years old. Taken on Heron Island once again.

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Just after my reflection shot, I produced this, as you can see it was a very low tide. Tides on Heron were changing by about 3m during the cycle.

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