Rethink the Predator – Bahamas
It’s been a very eventful and busy few weeks: since our Lottery grant was finalised we have been up to our eyeballs in setting up offices and getting our exciting AfriOceans Warriors programme off the ground, I have given a talk , plus I have had the privileged to be taught to freedive by one of South Africa’s leading freedivers, Trevor Hutton, which I will share more about in another post. And today AfriOceans launches our new series of RETHINK THE PREDATOR awareness campaign productions, RETHINK THE PREDATOR – BAHAMAS, a slide show production of my photographic expedition to the Bahamas a few months ago.
I am honoured to have my images make up this slide show and look forward to working on the many others planned in the future as part of this new AfriOceans series – see the production link below. In addition, another of my articles has been published in the beautiful DIVESITE magazine this month, with one of my shots glossing its cover. The article begins like this:
I’m in paradise: not a single sight of land only a magnificent turquoise ocean yawns endlessly before me, merging with the equally expansive blue sky, as though they are one. Looking down from the Dolphin Dream vessel, about 30 Lemon Sharks and two large Tiger Sharks, whose stripes I can count through the gin-clear water are swimming around the bait box placed on the sand about six metres below on the famous dive site, Tiger Beach. I breathe the moment in, and let out a loaded sigh of relief; I’m in the Bahamas with the sharks, finally!
Watch the slide show RETHINK THE PREDATOR – BAHAMAS
Watch my space!