Some more images from the Rowley Shoals and Broome

The top shot was taken the evening before I left for the Rowley Shoals.  The clouds really turned it on with some very cool God rays highlighting the Willy cruising out off Cable Beach.

The diving shot is of one of the more experienced divers on the cruise setting up for a video shot in the channel drift snorkel that we do and there is also a shot of the channel drift itself. This is Mother nature showing that she is the master of the water thrills when compared to any man made water thrill park!

The blue shot was taken from on top of True North on the way out of the Shoals and is one of the channels we do the drift dive in.

Th final shot is a cool Black and White shot of True North with some perfectly spaced Coral Reefs off in the distance.

Hope you like them all!

~ by True North Mark on September 30, 2010.

13 Responses to “Some more images from the Rowley Shoals and Broome”

  1. You certainly know how to make someone jealous mate, love the top image….

  2. I like the third shot of the reef Mark – very inviting indeed !

  3. Water clarity is something else and that reef shot is nice, cries out for a pano, did you get one?

    And good old Cable Beach, always nice there when you get huge clouds.

    • Hi Bo,

      No the shot was taken from the top of True North whilst going through a very narrow channel so only single shot opportunities!

      Yep..old Cable Beach is always good for a sweet image or 2 eh!



  4. envious. very much.
    Particularly like the third and fifth images Mark.

  5. Hey Mark,

    The Rowley Channel Colours photo works for me. I can just see myself diving into the water and relaxing.


    • Yep you and the few sharks who like to get a nice cruisy breathing session as the tides running Jamie!

      They are really cool to observe just lying there not having to move and yet still having the water passing over their gills!



  6. Hi Mark

    I’m scared of many things but sharks aren’t one of them. In fact I am so totally obsessed with them. I could swim with them all day.


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