Sand Flathead

Sand Flathead

Sand Flathead

Master of the art of camouflage, Platycephalus bassenis or as we know it: a Sand Flathead. Waiting, watching, ready for snack. Bare Island, NSW, Australia. Taken with a Sony DSC T3 using natural lighting. The best Mother Nature can provide: the sun, and a flooding tide.
Photocomp December ĺ05 - Novice

2005-12-26

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Introductory Rust Diving on the Wreck of the MalabarIntroductory Rust Diving on the Wreck of the Malabar
Around 7:00am on Thursday, April 2, 1931, a dense fog suddenly rolled into Long Bay, obscuring the northern headland. On the bridge of MV Malabar, en-route from Melbourne to Sydney, Captain George Leslie recognised the danger and ordered 5 degrees rudder to steer the ship seaward to pass further offshore than his original plan of half a mile.
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