Second Gallery of Fine Art Photographs of islands, sand cays, and coral reefs, by Michael Seebeck, with mainly panoramic landscape photographs of Great Barrier Reef islands, mainland islands along the Queensland Coast, reefs of the Great Barrier Reef, sand cays of the Great Barrier Reef, and islands and reefs of the Whitsundays.
Whilst there are barrier reefs elsewhere in the world, including New Caledonia and Belize, Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest barrier reef, extending for well over 2000km. It is indeed a very special place, and it is so big that it would be difficult to see and appreciate all it has to offer in one lifetime. It contains a myriad of beautiful scenes, and some of the underwater vistas are absolutely fantastic with pristine reef, and a multitude of species of fish, invertebrates, sharks, rays, sea snakes and turtles, as well as the occasional whale in Winter – Humpbacks and Dwarf Minke are among whale species known to visit the Great Barrier Reef. It would be foolhardy to jeopardize the future of the Great Barrier Reef and indeed to lose the wonder of the Great Barrier Reef would be a tremendous and incalculable loss…Click on “HIDE MENU” below to show the images in a full screen gallery (to go back to this page, click “SHOW MENU”), or click on each image to show it in larger size. Click on “PRINT INFORMATION” to find out more information about the print.