Built in 1854, Sailing Vessel Aracan collided with the SS American in 1874, she was a 3 masted fully rigged sailing ship on her way to Hong Kong with a general cargo. She sank 15miles SW of Portland Bill. Today … Continue reading SV Aracan
These are old images taken off North Cornwall during September 2010, at the time baskers were regularly seen in that area, now they tend to be seen passing through as they head north in springtime. I have tried to take … Continue reading Basking Sharks
In April 2020 during the Covid 19 lockdown I discovered the image above had won the BSoUP(British Society of Underwater Photographers) monthly competition on the theme of conservation. I had originally used the image in a blog post I did … Continue reading Cuttlefish woes!
Did Truk live up to expectations? It can be very difficult to grade a trip, I often find that the most recent trip is the best – ever. British Columbia last September was amazing, Malin Head before that was fantastic. … Continue reading Long Distance Truk(ing)
Almost a year ago I booked to go to Truk Lagoon, the journey starts imminently with travel up to Heathrow. It will be the first time for me and I am very much looking forward to the experience. Ever since … Continue reading It’s almost time!
I don’t suppose many (if any) of us will get an invitation to have a look around Roman Abramovich’s super yacht Eclipse, the 162m state of the art craft which boasts 2 swimming pools (one of which can be converted … Continue reading Super Yacht – Super Wreck
I’ve been off grid for a good deal of the summer traveling around and diving Canada’s Vancouver Island. Culminating in a visit to the remote God’s Pocket resort close to the northern tip of Vancouver island where cold water scenic … Continue reading Snorkeling the river of life
This post was first published as an O’Three blog in 2016. Sometimes it is difficult to appreciate links with past events. As divers when we dive wrecks we are in a very privileged position in which to see a snapshot … Continue reading HMS Boadicea – Warrior Queen
Welcome to my new blog, I hope to showcase my images both those taken underwater but also land photography. It is my aim to act as … Continue reading Branching out