A stunning photograph of Migaloo making his way up the eastern Australian coast has snagged a Byron Bay photographer a prestigious international award. It is the first ever underwater photograph of Migaloo.
Capturing the first ever rare Underwater photograph of Migaloo, nature photographer Craig Parry recently took out top honours at the prestigious ‘Golden Turtle International Photography Competition’ in Moscow.
A native of Byron Bay on the coastline of Northern NSW, it was his parents’ gift of a disposable waterproof camera at five years old that set Craig Parry on the path to becoming one of our finest underwater photographers.
London Times publishes Emergence – an image recently captured by Craig Parry Photography on assignment in Tonga. The unique split shot shows the moment a female humpback whale spy hops as she plays for the camera.
Australian Geographic has published Life and Death as a feature image in their November / December 2014 edition. The honour came soon after the image was awarded ‘International Landscape Photo of the Year’...