World’s Best Wildlife Dive Sites takes a look at some of the best marine life encounters that divers can experience around the world. From the largest fish in the sea to tiny critters, with images taken in tropical and temperate waters, this book has something for everyone.
Join the book’s authors, Scubaverse.com’s very own Underwater Photography Editors Nick and Caroline Robertson-Brown, at Ocean Leisure, 11-14 Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5AQ, on the evening of Thursday 21st July from 6-9pm and join in on the discussions on the destinations selected to be in the book.
There will be Bahama Mama cocktails served by the Bahamas Tourist Board, along with wine from South Australian Tourism. South Australia are also bringing Virtual Reality goggles for people to try out to see the amazing wildlife this region has to offer. You can take a sneak peek here:
World’s Best Wildlife Dive Sites is a 288 page hardback book, published by Reed New Holland. It boasts some 250 images from 16 countries. Each of the 32 locations is chosen for a particular key wildlife phenomenon, whether that is coral reefs, whales, seals, manta rays, and so on. Each chapter comprises captivating images, a written account and a concise fact-panel outlining the key species, tips for visitors, equipment to take and the best time to visit.
Experiences include: crocodiles and silky sharks in Cuba; Great White Sharks and Weedy Seadragons in Australia; Whale Sharks of Mexico and Manta Rays in the Maldives; Hammerhead Sharks in the Bahamas; Basking Sharks and seals in the UK; turtles and Humpback Whales in the Caribbean; schooling fish and corals in Egypt; the Sardine Run in South Africa; Manatees and kelp forests in the USA; and the critters of Indonesia. It will be the ultimate tour of the world’s marine wildlife hot-spots, guaranteed to whet the appetite of divers, snorkelers and armchair naturalists everywhere.
The authors, Nick and Caroline Robertson-Brown, are a husband and wife team of underwater photographers. They both have degrees in biology from Manchester University, with Caroline also having a masters in animal behaviour. Nick has been awarded a Fellowship from the Royal Photographic Society and he also has a diploma in teaching studies (Dip Ed). They are ardent supporters of marine conservation and hope that their images can help to inspire people to look after our seas and oceans.
Signed copies of the book will be available to purchase on the night.
To find out more about Nick and Caroline, visit www.frogfishphotography.com.