Win­ner Botan­i­cal

Fi­nal Stand

Australian Geographic - - Snapshot - Justin Gil­li­gan, New South Wales

Tas­ma­nia once had vast swathes of gi­ant kelp forests. A rapid col­lapse has oc­curred due to the pro­longed warm­ing in­flu­ence of the East Aus­tralian Cur­rent. The very last forests are now re­stricted to the cool wa­ters off Ac­taeon Is­land. Ac­taeon Is­land, Tas­ma­nia

Nikon D810, 15mm f/2.8, 1/125, f/20, ISO 400, two Ike­lite DS161 strobes, Nau­ti­cam hous­ing

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