A stunning photograph of Migaloo making his way up the eastern Australian coast has snagged a Byron Bay photographer a prestigious international award. It is the first ever underwater photograph of Migaloo. Titled The Ghost, Craig Parry’s photo of the famed white whale won first place in the underwater world […]Read More
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Capturing the first ever rare Underwater photograph of Migaloo, nature photographer Craig Parry recently took out top honours at the prestigious ‘Golden Turtle International Photography Competition’ in Moscow. Beating a field of talented peers from around the world, Craig’s win has been embraced by Australian ocean and nature […]Read More
I am incredibly honoured to announce that my image The Ghost has been awarded top honours, taking out the Under Water category at the prestigious 2017 Golden Turtle International Photography Competition. Now in its 11th year, the Russian based competition attracted a record number of participants with 10,165 works being submitted from artists […]Read More
On Tuesday morning Migaloo, the white whale, made his much anticipated migration up the east coast of Australia past Byron Bay. For a nature photographer moments like these make all the long days and missed moments worthwhile – patience really does pay! It is natural that I also often get asked […]Read More
Back in July of 2016, a breath-taking white whale made a spectacular appearance off the coast of Byron Bay and Craig Parry was there to capture the scene in all it’s glory. Australian Geographic caught up with Craig to discus the mysterious creature’s identity. Keep reading to find out more… […]Read More