Post Tagged with: "humpback whale"

Craig Parry Underwater Photography Whale

The Secret to a Great Image

A native of Byron Bay on the coastline of Northern NSW, it was his parents’ gift of a disposable waterproof camera at five years old that set Craig Parry on the path to becoming one of our finest underwater photographers. Entirely self-taught, Parry worked at his craft before making a […]

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Slap | Byron Bay

The moment two humpbacks came to play

It was a moment that a nature photographer and marine conservationist dreams of. On Wednesday a small boat floating along the coastline of Byron Bay in Australia, was approached by two playful humpback whales who interacted with passengers for around 30 minutes – swimming, diving and rolling alongside the vessel – […]

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London Times publishes Emergence

London Times publishes Emergence – an image recently captured by Craig Parry Photography on assignment in Tonga. The unique split shot shows the moment a female humpback whale spy hops as she plays for the camera. In late 2014, Craig followed the Humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) as they migrated through the waters of the Kingdom of […]

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