I’m so excited to announce an upcoming venture to support oceanographic conservation through the sale of the publication of my new book “Where Do They Go” in both e-book and hard cover print format. You can have a sneak peek of the online Flip book here Click to view my beautiful ONLINE Flipbook
I stood on the rocky beach on Fetoko Island in Tonga, as I looked south along an uninterrupted line to Antarctica. I reflected on my incredible experiences of swimming with the whales and I heard whalesong undulating within the salty breeze. I wondered, “Where do they go?”…, both in a migratory sense and my own personal enquiry into the numbers of each species.
I have learned that change and conservation comes through connection. I connected deeply with these incredibly beautiful mammals and wanted to share my experience with others, with the aim that my photographs will provide the opportunity for the viewer to connect with the beauty of the whales as well. ‘Where Do They Go?’ is a dual layered title; not only questioning the mysteries of migration, but also the inquiry about their disappearance from the oceans and the causes of their declining populations.
Although Australian whale populations have recovered from whaling, other populations worldwide for many species have not. This book is the beginning of my expression with these beautiful animals and my alignment with oceanic conservation in the hope to create awareness and action to respect and care for our environment through connection.
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