Far Northern Great Barrier Reef:
The Far Northern section of the Great Barrier Reef is home to one of the most significant sea bird rookeries in Australia as well as the largest Green turtle (Chelonia mydas) nesting site in the world. Tiger sharks (Galeocerdo curvier), congregate in great numbers around the islands to feast on an abundance of easy prey.
Stretching over 1400 miles along the east coast of Australia, the Great Barrier Reef is the largest living structure on earth. Comprised of thousands of reef systems, and home to a remarkably diverse population of species, it is one of the most popular dive destinations on the planet. These images are taken over a seven year span of full-time diving and photography along this expanse.
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