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The Southern half of the Sydney area is rich in bushland and unspoiled coast and begins on the southern shores of Botany Bay extending to Kurnell and the Botany Bay National Park

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Grey Nurse

Grey Nurse

Grey Nurse Shark at Magic Point, 800m from Maroubra Beach, Sydney, Australia. Canon G12 in a Patmia G11 Housing with twin Z240 Inon Strobes.
Photocomp - Novice

Coupling Cuttlefish!

Coupling Cuttlefish!

This is one of my favourite photos - a Cuttlefish pair at Camp Cove, Watson Bay, Australia. Shot with my Olympus EPL1!
Photocomp - Novice

Magic Point Shark!

Magic Point Shark!

A Grey Nurse Shark at Magic Point, Maroubra, Australia. Shot with an Olympus EPL1 Camera. Best dive I have done in Syndey by far.
Photocomp January '12 - Novice

Scorpionfish

Scorpionfish

This scorpionfish was photographed at Oak Park, Cronulla, Australia on my Sea & Sea MotormarineII EX with the macro lens 100asa at about 5mtrs depth.
Photocomp November '11 - Open

Red Indian Fish

Red Indian Fish

Spotted this Red Indianfish (Pataecus fronto) at Bare Island, NSW, Australia. Taken using Panasonic Lumix DMW MCFT1 camera with in-built flash in underwater housing.
Photocomp May '11 - Novice

soft coral

soft coral

Soft coral at Shiprock, Sydney, Australia. Canon 400D, Canon EF 60mm macro, Ikelite housing & 2 x DS160 strobes.
Photocomp May '11 - Open

Sleepy Leatherjacket

Sleepy Leatherjacket

We came across this sleepy leatherjacket on a night dive at Camp Cove, Sydney, Australia. He was so placid we could swim right up for a close up shot. Taken using a Panasonic Lumix DMW MCFT1 point and shoot camera with underwater housing.
Photocomp April '11 - Novice

Weedy Seadragon

Weedy Seadragon

A Weedy Seadragon from below taken at Bare Island, Sydney, Australia. I used a Panasonic Lumix DMW MCFT1 camera with underwater housing.
Photocomp April '11 - Novice

Blue Dragon

Blue Dragon

Serpent pteraeolida. Kurnell, Australia. Canon 400D, Canon EF 100mm macro, Ikelite housing & DS160 strobe.
Photocomp June '10 - Novice

Cuttlefish

Cuttlefish

Cuttlefish at Camp Cove, Sydney, Australia.
Photocomp May '10 - Open

Friendly Blue Groper

Friendly Blue Groper

A friendly Blue Groper at Camp Cove, Sydney, Australia.
Photocomp May '10 - Open

Striped Anglerfish

Striped Anglerfish

Unique the Yellow Anglerfish. Isolated Reef, Bare Island, Sydney, Australia.
Photocomp April '10 - Open

Anglerfish

Anglerfish

Anglerfish camouflaged in sponge garden. More like finding Wally! Isolated Reef, Bare Island, Sydney, Australia.
Photocomp April '10 - Open

Eastern Frogfish

Eastern Frogfish

Eastern Frogfish outside the protection of his hole. Isolated Reef, Bare Island, Sydney, Australia.
Photocomp April '10 - Open

Weedy Seadragon and Diver

Weedy Seadragon and Diver

Diver getting close to a Weedy Seadragon. Shot in Sydney, Australia.
Photocomp April '10 - Open

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