Wild Weekly Photo Challenge – People in Nature

Warm green waters and a garden filled with colourful corals – this is Shark Point, a dive site located near Phuket, in Thailand. Diving is a great way of getting close up and personal with nature, but as with all things, divers have to be aware of their impact – leopard sharks used to frequent Shark Point, hence the name, but activities like fishing and diving have caused these shy sharks to stay away.

Being out and amongst nature is a privilege – one we shouldn’t abuse.

All photography from this post courtesy of Anthony Collins ©, an instructor and fellow diver on my Shark Point dive. 

Sea urchins coral garden

I’m participating in the online adventure travel and photography magazine LetsBeWild.com’s Wild Weekly Photo Challenge for bloggers. This week’s Challenge is: People in Nature!

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