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Journeys : Feb March 2012
Geoff Rollins lives in Hadspen with his wife and twin daughters. He is undertaking a Master of Teaching degree through the University of Tasmania, following a career in maritime administration. In his spare time he loves SCUBA diving and underwater photography, rock climbing, gardening and is a volunteer firefighter with his local brigade. www.geoffrollins.com A Journeys Portfolio Geoff Rollins 1. Long-snout boarfish, Bicheno A graceful, placid fish found in shallow waters around Tasmania 2. Southern sea anemone, Bicheno A beautiful anemone found around Tasmania 3. G orgonian fan, Stanley Delightful fan shaped structure, often home to a myriad of smaller animals 4. Weedy seadragon, Bicheno A majestic, intensely coloured animal. The males carry eggs instead of the female 5. A nemone, Tamar River An anemone not described in Tasmanian waters, but most closely resembling the Thomson’s anemone 6. S eahorse, Tamar River Shy animals often found in and around kelp 7. Blue-flecked ascidian, Bicheno Attractively coloured invertebrate 8. Brown’s caulerpa, Low Head Caulerpa-covered rocks lit by the sun Background image: Giant kelp, Tamar River Giant kelp reaching the surface from 15m depth provides a wonderful playground for divers and fish alike 1 2 3 Destinations 16 February / March 2012
Apr May 2012