Image Gallery

Below are some of the great views that club members have captured on film (or digital memory) on various dive trips.

Please do drop me (that's Bob) a line if you would like to submit an image to this gallery.

A turtle swims comfortably among the coral, despite its
            old injury - a large shark bite on one side

This turtle was spotted swimming around the Great Barrier Reef (Queensland, Australia) quite gracefully despite having had a large chunk taken out of its right side, presumably in a shark attack. [Photographer: Ian Lloyd]

A jellyfish flanked by smaller fish

Jill was just snorkelling when she took this picture - the jellyfish was only a couple of feet under the surface, hence the light is excellent. Jill assures us that the jellyfish had no "nasty, stingy, dangly bits"! [Photographer: Jill Smith]

A close-up, straight-on shot of a turtle feeding on the       

"I was right next to him as he bit chunks of coral off for dinner - what a sound!" So describes club member Paul who took this shot in Fiji. [Photographer: Paul Spencer]

Black and white patterned starfish

You're a star - and don't let anyone tell you any different! [Photographer: Helen Cranfield]

Another beautiful example of the Great Barrier Reef

Another cracking shot of the reef from Mark. [Photographer: Mark Williams]