We are very pleased to announce that five more images have been released and are available to purchase as prints. The prints are available as premium paper in either a Lustre or Gloss finish. They can also be purchased printed on acrylic or aluminium.
These additions bring our print offering up to ten and we hope to add some more soon. To view the images available to purchase as prints please click here.
The original campervan!! On the Isle of Skye we see our fair share of campervans and motorhomes. Having a mobile home always with you is nothing new. However, unlike a snail, the hermit crab doesn't produce its shell it borrows one. Another image that brings out the detail of the scene and how the sand on the crab's shell helps it be camoflaged on the sea floor. The image was created on the first divie visit to Waterloo, just East of Broadford.
If the hermit crab uses sand for camoflage how well does the colour scheme of this dragonet fish act as camoflage against the stony loch floor at Sconser? Sconser is probably best know for producing some of the Isle of Skye's best scallops which are farmed by moving young scallops in to managed waters to mature. However we have found it to be productive for underwater photography with a wide range of different sea life being found in the loch's clear waters.
The final images are two more of the young mussels at Carbost. It may seem a lot of images of the same subject but they do print up very well with their vibrant shells and almost tartan checks! Could be a design for a kilt lurking there somewhere!